Nathaniel Ward, wealthy entrepreneur, needs a wife. But he’s not interested in the preening, high-society women who are offered to him on a silver platter. He wants one woman, and one woman alone: a girl who gave him all the money in her reticule when the Great Chicago Fire left him destitute. He sets out to find this woman and discovers she’s unattached. There’s only one problem, a shotgun wedding may be able to bind them, but will he ever be able to win her heart?
Amelia E. Taylor blows a kiss to a street rat. Little did she know, years later that kiss would follow her to Green Pines Colorado. When a handsome stranger arrives in her hometown, she guards her heart from the stirrings this man ignites. Despite society’s disapproval of spinsterhood, she is determined not to marry, having witnessed first-hand the lack of love and horrors that accompany marriage. But will a shotgun wedding reveal blessings that arise out of the ashes?
A Cheyenne warrior bent on vengeance.
A pioneer woman bent on fulfilling a dream.
UNTIL THEIR PATHS COLLIDE.
After fleeing her abusive uncle, Anna is determined to reach the city of her dreams. But White Eagle and his fierce warriors take her prisoner. Anna attempts a harrowing escape, but her savage captor is determined to have her at all costs and forces her to be his wife. Has God forgotten her, or does He have plans of His own?
A man with a boot in one world and a moccasin in the other, White Eagle is disillusioned with his faith after a minister leads a massacre on his peaceful tribe. Where is his God? He's definitely not with the white men who are slaughtering his people. But White Eagle also can t give in to the idolatry practiced by his fellow tribesmen. Only the Truth can set him free.
And it's found in beautiful Anna's carpetbag.
BOOK TWO: Iron and the Stone series YAHSHUA'S BRIDGE
After watching Roman soldiers drag his parents away to their death, David, a young Hebrew, is sold and enslaved to serve at a villa outside of Rome. As David trains to become a skilled fighter, he works hard to please his master and hopes to earn his freedom. However, an opportunity to escape tempts him with its whispering call. Freedom beckons, but invisible chains hold him captive to the master's granddaughter, an innocent girl with a fiery spirit. David vows to protect Alethea from his master, the murderous patriarch, and contrives a daring plan—sacrifice his own life to save hers.
“It's a grand thing to find an intriguing story told by a talented storyteller, and that's just what we have in The Master's Wall by Sandi Rog. This story has it all: ancient Rome, authentically depicted; a hero worth rooting for; and a feisty, charming heroine—all flowing through a rousting tale beautifully spun. Rog—and every reader—has a winner with this one.”
ROBERT LIPARULO, best-selling author of Comes a Horseman, Germ, and the Dreamhouse Kings series
"Powerful, faith-challenging, epic in nature, The Master’s Wall beckons readers to ancient Rome where Sandi Rog delivers a captivating story that transforms lives––and not only those of her characters. Highly recommended!"
TAMERA ALEXANDER, bestselling author of Within My Heart (Bethany House Publishers) and The Inheritance (Women of Faith Fiction, Thomas Nelson)
". . . If you love gladiator scenes—you’ll love this book. If you enjoy coming-of-age stories, you’ll enjoy Alethea’s journey from girlhood to adult. If you thrive on romances, the sweet love story will grasp your heart. A must read for all the right reasons. “
DARLENE FRANKLIN, The Prodigal Patriot
Waiting for book three of Iron & Stone series. When can we expect it.ReplyDelete
I'm afraid there's been a delay on my third book as my battle with cancer took away from my writing time. I'm not sure yet when it will be written, let alone released. Sorry for the wait.Delete
Prayers for a complete recovery! Take care of yourself and know that when you can write book 3, there will be lots of thrilled fans! :)ReplyDelete
I really enjoyed Walks Alone, Sandi. It is a story that stayed with me long after the last page. I just wanted to write and tell you, to encourage you as one author to another. Hope this finds you well!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Catherine. It's so nice to hear that you enjoyed it!Delete
I discovered you this morning through twitter. Yahshua's Bridge caught my eye because I'm a big fan of biblical - early church history fiction.ReplyDelete
Wonderful! If you want to read Yahshua's Bridge, I suggest you start with The Master's Wall. :-)Delete
I just finished Yahshua's Bridge. I wondered if I would enjoy it as much as The Master's Wall, and I must say that although I love both of them, Yahshua's Bridge definitely kept me on the edge of my seat. I love books that can do that to me. I must admit that I kept waiting for Aulus to show-up again in the book, but perhaps he will appear in book three. Thank you and may God bless you as you recover.ReplyDelete