In the Field of Grace Paperback
by Tessa Afshar;
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Popular author Tessa Afshar returns with another striking novel retelling the compelling story of Ruth
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In the Field of Grace
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Ruth leaves her home with a barren womb and an empty future, after losing her husband. She forsakes her abusive parents and follows the woman she has grown to love as a true parent, her husband's mother, Naomi.
Ruth arrives in Israel with nothing to recommend her but Naomi's, love. She is destitute, grief-stricken, and unwanted by the people of God. Her loftiest hope is to provide enough food to save Naomi and herself from starvation. She is reduced to gathering leftovers once the harvesters have finished collecting grain from the field. A job only for the lowest of the low.
But God has other plans for her life.
While everyone considers Ruth an unworthy outsider, Ruth is shocked to find the owner of the field-one of the wealthiest and most honored men of Judah-is showing her favor. Long since a widower and determined to stay that way, Boaz finds himself irresistibly drawn to the foreign woman with the dark, haunted eyes. He tells himself he is only being kind to his Cousin Naomi's chosen daughter when he goes out of his way to protect her from harm, but his heart knows better.
Obstacles. Heartache. Withered dreams. How can God forge love, passion, and new hope between two such different people?
In the Field of Grace by Tessa Afshar was published by River North in July 2014 and is our 5934th best seller. The ISBN for In the Field of Grace is 9780802410979.
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Details for In the Field of Grace
|Page last updated||4th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Tessa Afshar|
|Publisher||River North (July 2014)|
|Number of Pages||352|