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When the tribal elders make marriage a requirement for claiming her land, Milcah bat Zelophehad must find a betrothed straightaway. The only problem in finding a husband is that all her suitors were slain while conquering the land of Canaan. Men avoid her in order to stay alive.

After praying to God to send her a bold suitor, a man from her father's clan plummets from a tree right on top of her. Is this God answering prayer or a foolish antic by Eli, the war-scarred brother from one of her clan's rival families?

Will settling in Canaan sort out Milcah's troubles, or have her woes just begun?

©2020 Barbara M. Britton (P)2020 Barbara M. Britton

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  • Julie
  • 01-05-2020

Loved this series

The third book in the Daughter of Zelophehad won't disappoint.
I love the strong characters and the spinning of a true story teller.
Don't miss out on this series if you love historical tales based on some true facts you will enjoy this.
Great fun.

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