The Sisters of Corinth

The Sisters of Corinth

Two sisters . . . one man. A recipe for disaster.

"Hunt's fans will be eager to sink their teeth into this evocative historical and its inspiring message of faith in times of trial." --Publishers Weekly. 

The second book of the Emissaries series explores the lives of early believers in Corinth, a bustling city known for cultural diversity, wild entertainments, and lavish lifestyles. 

When the new provincial governor arrives in Corinth, capital of Achaia, chief magistrate Narkis Ligus is delighted. The new governor’s firstborn son is ready to take a wife, and Narkis has two unmarried daughters. The magistrate’s family would be blessed by the gods if the two houses were united, and Narkis would rise in power and fortune.

Mariana, Narkis's stepdaughter, is a believer in Yeshua, so she is not eager to marry a man who worships the gods of Rome. Prima, Mariana’s stepsister, would do anything to marry a man of wealth and position, but the gods do not always obey requests from those who worship them . . . 

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About the Book
Authors: ,
Series: The Emissaries, Book 2
Genre: Historical Fiction
Tag: historical fiction with biblical characters
Publisher: Bethany House
Publication Year: 2024
ASIN: 0764241575
ISBN: 9780764241574
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