Brides of the Empire

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Barbour Pub Incorporated, Jan 1, 2006 - Fiction - 359 pages
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Oppressed but not broken, three young women within the Roman Empire struggle to find true and lasting love. Anna is a Samaritan at a time when the hatred between Samaritans and Jews is at a fever pitch. When she finds herself attracted to a Jewish man, can she bridge the gap between them with her knowledge of Jesus Christ? Sara is a Jewish slave to a wealthy tribune's sister. How can she dare let her Christianity show during Nero's reign of terror? Chara has been bought as a slave by a former slave. Can she trust him when he says, as a Christian, he has no use for a servant?

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I wish I could give it zero stars. I'm really glad I didn't have to pay for this book. It is the most lackluster, unimaginative book I've ever tried to read. Very rarely do I not finish a book, even ... Read full review

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I wish I could give it zero stars. I'm really glad I didn't have to pay for this book. It is the most lackluster, unimaginative book I've ever tried to read. Very rarely do I not finish a book, even ... Read full review

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Darlene Mindrup has always had a love of writing and an active imagination. Years of journalism classes and homeschooling her children gave her the tools to make her writing better and more professional (and with fewer errors). She has a love of history that comes through in her novels, especially Bible history and World War II.

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