Esther the Queen by H. B. Moore

April 4, 2013 | 2 Comments

She is a beautiful young Jewess, content in her life of anonymity.

He is the most powerful king in the world.

When chance brings the two together, the course of history is forever altered.

An unexpected meeting between Esther and King Xerxes results in an immediate and unmistakable connection. When Esther is summoned to enter the harem—the first step toward becoming his wife—Esther is torn between her desire to be with Xerxes and the knowledge that they will forever be divided by the secret of her Jewish heritage.

Encouraged by her family to do what she must to help her people, she deftly navigates her new position in the palace, quickly becoming beloved by all, including Xerxes. But when a treacherous plan threatens to engulf the kingdom in violence, Esther must choose between love and duty.

Is she prepared to sacrifice all that she holds dear in order to save her people from certain annihilation?

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Title: Esther the Queen

Author: H.B. Moore

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: April 1, 2013

ISBN: 978-1621084174

Size: 288 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Historical

2 responses to “Esther the Queen by H. B. Moore

  1. Gayle Humpherys

    The story of Esther really comes to life in this historical novel! Even knowing the basic story ahead of time, I was caught up in how events unfolded. I loved all the rich historical details and while I realize many aspects of the story are fictional, it was easy to visualize and think of these Biblical characters as real people. I loved it!

  2. Shauna Wheelwright

    Heather has an incredible talent for bringing life and depth to scripture stories!
    This book is SO. SO. SO. GOOD!
    You will LOVE Esther EVEN MORE!

    This book gives you greater understanding of what took place and how the events unfolded.

    Heather brings in a personal feeling of what Esther might have done on a daily basis.


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