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  • Take a trip to Roman times.

    Marcus Brutus is dealt a horrible blow when his beloved wife dies in childbirth. Before she dies she reveals that she is a Christian, and her death is even more of a struggle for him to accept. He is filled with anger and hatred towards the woman who led his wife to Christ. Licinia is heartbroken to leave her life behind. Her father kept her and the secret of her Christian faith safe. At his death, her loving brother sends her to a far off estate with a different name to keep her from his political enemies. A wounded Marcus arrives at Licinia’s estate. He finds out her true identity is that of the woman who led his wife to Christianity. Her brother’s enemies come to find her and he has the chance to expose her or remain true to the promise he made his dying wife not to harm her. I love how the author can take an awful, brutal world, and make it habitable. There are horrors going on in the background, but she focuses on the light and love, without ignoring the truth. Her ability to make the ancient world real and relative to the reader draws you into the past without judging it. There was a sinister tale of intrigue woven into the story that kept me turning the pages to find out if the enemies were going to win. Believable characters made for an enjoyable read. At times I felt things were a bit repetitive but overall enjoyed my time reading Honor Bound. I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author/publisher and was not required to write a review. All opinions expressed are my own.

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  • Engrossing and Inspiring

    Delightful window into customs, times and courage of believers of this Roman era. Told with refreshing understanding and inspiring faith. You won’t want the story to end.

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