Once a proud Jew from Jotapata, Adonijah found himself rejected by his people when he confronted them with the truth of the Gospel. Now living in the hated land of Samaria, he has found a new life among those he once considered infidels. When a deformed woman comes to glean in his fields, he finds himself unable to keep her from his mind, but his feelings of pity changes suddenly when she saves Adonijah’s young nephew from certain death.
Marked from birth, Mara has had to flee persecution most of her life. Now, Adonijah offers her something she thought never to possess. Considering her appearance, can she believe his tender feelings could be more than just pity?