Jill Eileen Smith tells the story of David ’s most famous wife Bathsheba, who is a woman that longs for love.
Bathsheba is battling encroaching lowliness due to the absence of her husband who is fighting in the king ’s war, which makes it easy for her to succumb to King David's charm and attention.
Though Bathsheba immediately regrets her involvement with king David, the pieces are set in motion that will destroy everything she holds dear.
Can Bathsheba find forgiveness at the feet of the Almighty? Or has the sin she committed separated her from God--and David--forever?
In the book author Jill allows readers to see themselves in the three-dimensional lives and minds of people who are often viewed in starkly moralistic terms, using gentle hand to draw out the humanity in her characters