Beautiful is a dangerous thing to be when one is unprotected. That is a lesson Abigail learns well when her master’s son, Jason, takes her to his bed. Jason’s mother, Ester, may have educated her as a daughter instead of a slave, his father, Cleopas, may have obeyed Hebrew law rather than Roman in the running of his household, but none of that matters to their son. At least, it doesn’t until he has a child of his own on the way.
She was born free, made a slave, married out of her bonds. But she never really knew freedom until she felt the fire of a stray drop of blood from a Jewish carpenter. She was disowned by Israel, despised by Rome, desired by all. Yet she never knew love until she received the smile of a stoic Roman noble.
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