In a homeland ruled by Rome and torn by unrest, Johanna’s love for Simon, a young fisherman from Capernaum, may not be enough to hold them together. Childless, her society shames her. Rumors of messiahs and rebellion plague their village. After a new rabbi calls Simon away, Johanna must choose what to believe.


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Dianne G. Sagan has written 45+ opinion pieces and articles, ghostwritten 10 books, women's fiction, and Christian fiction. Married to a freelance writer and editor, Sagan enjoys her life as a writer living in Texas. She is a professional facilitator and speaks to writers' groups and presents at writers' conferences.

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