Love, excitement, romance?young Sebiya Bath-Jacob longs for them all! Especially for someone who will love her as wholly and tenderly as her own parents love each other. Someone who can share her desire to honor the Israelites? One-true God. Someone...
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Love, excitement, romance?young Sebiya Bath-Jacob longs for them all! Especially for someone who will love her as wholly and tenderly as her own parents love each other. Someone who can share her desire to honor the Israelites? One-true God. Someone so handsome, so enchanting, she cannot help but love him in return. Impossible-seeming dreams for a poverty-stricken shepherdess during King David's reign?especially for a maiden who is skinny, awkward, and as tall as most of the men in their tiny village. After all, girls from the hills and valleys around her beloved Mt. Tabor can usually hope for little more than arranged marriages and grueling hard work, plus the problems of a merciless famine, an awesome plague, scheming pagan priests?even a rebellion to restore the throne to King Saul's heirs. Then a mysterious hunter enters her life, his magnetic black eyes setting her heart aflame?only to disappear as suddenly as he came. Now Sebi must defy the scorn of her neighbors, the objections of her family, the insults of a royal court, the plans of an Empire, the fury of a frustrated Queen?even the schemes of desperate revolutionaries ?as she seeks to find her beloved again and make him her own forever.
Bonnie Compton Hanson, a prolific writer, has published a wealth of material for adults as well as children. Among her children's books is "Hattie's Surprising Discovery," which was a finalist for a Gold Medallion Book Award, and her popular Ponytail series for girls by Legacy Press. Her writing has appeared in many other well-known publications such as the "Chicken Soup" series, "The Christian Reader," "Power for Living," "Ideals," "Mature Living," "Children's Digest," "Babybug," "Focus on the Family Clubhouse," and many more. A member of several professional writing groups, she has been awarA