Hott Synopsis:

Mary truly loves God and follows his commands as she’s shuffled from one family to another never actually being identified as a part of a family until she’s forced to chose. Can God ever forgive her for her sins? Can she ever forgive herself?

Hott Review:

While I did not agree with all aspects of this book – like that Mary of Magdalene and Lazareth’s sister were the same person – I found the book to be quite amazing. I was completely drawn into her life and the amazing people and what it must have been like to live during the time of Jesus.


Author: Joan Wolf
Source: Worthy Publishing via Netgalley
Grade: B+
Ages: Adult


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