Redeeming Love - Francine Rivers Reviews
Description:ISBN 1594151512 / Genre: Romance / Author: Francine Rivers / Edition: Lrg / Paperback / 768 Pages / Book is published 2006-09-06 by ... more
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"Redeeming Love" by Francine Rivers is a powerful, fresh re-telling of Hosea, a small prophetic book in the Old Testament. Rivers passionately and originally modernizes the story of Hosea's wife, Gomer, and her unfaithfulness to him, which is a clear depiction of the relationship between God and Israel. In this gripping, "unputdownable" novel, Rivers brings to life the character of Angel - a young woman in 19th Century America thrown into prostitution at an early age as a result of a chain of unfortunate events. Angel, born and raised originally as Sarah, becomes embittered through her lot in life, and she soon comes to expect litte else. ... Read the complete review
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