Rahab, a resourceful beauty, struggles to survive in the pagan culture of ancient Jericho. As years of harsh labor begin to lift her and her family from poverty, a foreign army threatens the well-fortified city. Rahab is forced to make an immediate decision. Will she put her faith in the fabled walls of Jericho or the powerful God of the Hebrews? Either choice may cost her life.
A heartwarming story about the resilience of true love, inspired by a biblical account of greatness, courage, and foretold prophecy...
Princess Michal was the youngest daughter of Saul, the first king of
In an age when fathers arranged marriages, Michal dared to fall in love with a
handsome young musician named David, from the little town of Israel .
As recounted in the Bible, Michal helped David escape from her insanely jealous
father. King Saul punished his daughter with forced marriage to a distant
war lord. Princess Michal unexpectedly returns from seven years of exile
to find a changed world. Most of her relatives are dead. David has become
King of Judea. He has acquired six additional wives, one of whom is a
princess from Geshur. Michal longs to have a son to reign over Bethlehem
and reestablish the rule of King Saul's heirs. But each royal wife
has hopes of placing her own son on the throne. Can Princess Michal's
love for King David survive war, madness, infidelity, and betrayal? Israel
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Carlene Havel has lived in six US States and two foreign countries, and has traveled extensively throughout the world. She is very active in her church and has a degree in English from the University of Texas at San Antonio.
Sharon Faucheux was born in New Orleans, LA. Raised in Austin, Texas, she graduated from the University of Texas with a degree in Psychology. After living in several others states and countries, she now resides in San Antonio, TX.
Carlene Havel’s other novels include: