King Solomon, adored son of King David, was once simply one of David’s sons with no assurance of ever becoming ruler. On the edge of adulthood, Solomon’s heart was captured by a lowly shepherdess, a young maiden chosen to serve King David in his later years. Solomon longed to marry her, but his mother, Bathsheba, wanted the throne for him – and nothing would stand in the way.

Feel Solomon’s battle against family expectations, his steadfast fight against heartbreak, and his longing of first love in Roberta Kells Dorr’s Solomon’s Song (River North).

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About The Author

Before Francine Rivers and Angela Elwell Hunt, there was Roberta Kells Dorr (1922-2010). With her physician husband and five children, she served a medical missionary assignment in the Gaza Strip. For 17 years she studied and gained insights into ancient Israel. Dorr majored in creative writing and received her master’s in religious education.