Woman of Sin

Debra B. Diaz

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Woman of Sin

Woman of Sin Updated cover edition for ASIN B XVZB U Alysia of Athens pampered daughter of a wealthy physician is taken from her home and sold into slavery when her father is accused of treason during the turb

  • Title: Woman of Sin
  • Author: Debra B. Diaz
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Updated cover edition for ASIN B003XVZB2U Alysia of Athens, pampered daughter of a wealthy physician, is taken from her home and sold into slavery when her father is accused of treason during the turbulent reign of Tiberius Caesar She is purchased by Paulus Maximus, a powerful Roman legate who pierces through her determination to hate her captors When trouble caused byUpdated cover edition for ASIN B003XVZB2U Alysia of Athens, pampered daughter of a wealthy physician, is taken from her home and sold into slavery when her father is accused of treason during the turbulent reign of Tiberius Caesar She is purchased by Paulus Maximus, a powerful Roman legate who pierces through her determination to hate her captors When trouble caused by his jealous stepbrother forces her to run away, she finds herself in the battle torn land of Palestine, where she meets a man named Jesus who will change her life forever But in her flight from the intrigues of Rome to the palaces of Jerusalem, Alysia finds she cannot escape her enemies, neither the one who stole her heart, nor the one who wants to destroy her.

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    1. Deborah on said:

      I really liked this book and will be watching for more books from this author. I liked the way she wove the characters into the gospel story - the teachings, death and rise of Jesus Christ. The story line was very plausible and I liked the romance in it. I didn't give it five stars as I think the end of the story and how the author ties it all up lets the book down a bit. However, altogether a very good story and very enjoyable.

    2. Albert on said:

      This is not my typical book to read but I was intrigued by the description. I have to admit I was expecting this to be a romance novel and started it out with that opinion. But as I got deeper and deeper into the book I realized this is a book that mixes religion and death. If you are looking for a true grit love story with loss, sex and death do not try. But if you want to look at the death of Jesus in another life then pick it up and give it a chance. Do not let the title or book cover fool yo [...]

    3. Lee Harmon on said:

      A while back, I was needing a break from nonfiction, and decided to ask some publishers for fiction to review. I found Borg's book, Helms' book, Deeth's book, Witherington’s book (not yet reviewed) and this one, with the steamy title. Woman of Sin (cough). Romance? Really?? That would be a first for me! I was assured it had a Christian theme, but I remained unconvinced, and resigned myself to hiding the book under the couch. Now, having read it, I understand the title and find it hilariously a [...]

    4. Kingdom on said:

      Woman Of SinAuthor: Debra DiazDate Reviewed: February 17th, 2011Reviewed by: Christian Book Reviews10.0 stars on a scale of 10.0 starsBe transported back through the very portals of time in the novel “Woman of sin”. In a time when Caesars ruled and Rome was at its height of authority and power. Enter into a land harsh to the poor and kind to the rich and elite. One where slavery was common and justice had little place. A land and time where Jesus ‘the Nazarene’ walked the earth in the mi [...]

    5. Stacy on said:

      I would probably rate this one a 4.5 or even 4.7, but of course that's not an option. I don't know what part of my circuitry doesn't allow me to rate books a 5, I am not sure I've ever rated one a full 5 stars! :) I really, really, REALLY enjoyed this book!! It's not for someone who doesn't love Christian fiction though. It's a free ebook I downloaded from , but the cover picture and title don't really convey what it's about. That's why it got some bad reviews at - people downloaded it thinking [...]

    6. Luci on said:

      I just finished the Woman of Sin trilogy; it had me completely hooked from beginning to end. I could not put the book down, and find myself still thinking about the characters a few days after finishing it. The gospel is shared liberally throughout the pages, and acts as a witness to anyone reading it, which I appreciate. The third book, Child of the King, stands alone from the other two, but completes the series nicely. If you enjoyed Francine Rivers' Mark of the Lion series, you will love this [...]

    7. ElenTikvah (Lea Coville) on said:

      I had already read some brief reviews before I purchased this book, so I was prepared for the religious themeat said, this book was rather lackluster. Usually, this is the sort of book that I'd typically enjoy, but I spent most of the time reading wondering when I'd get to the good partd that didn't really happen, unfortunately.Certainly became a little preachy at the end.Honestly, the only thing that I found interesting about this story was the different twist of Simon of Cyrene.

    8. CeeJae on said:

      I enjoy historical fiction, but I'm not a huge fan of romance which I've found most historical fiction is. I was hooked within the first few chapters. Very descriptive and very well written. I liked that the main female character, Alysia, is strong and fierce and determined. Before I started reading the book, I was unaware of the religious aspects that would be introduced but it did not make the whole of the book any less enjoyable for me. I'm not Christian, so I'm unable to comment on any sort [...]

    9. Sam on said:

      Masterfully weaves the lives of an Athenian girl, a Roman soldier, and the story of Jesus into a compelling historical fiction (not really romance) that I enjoyed through every one of its pages. Certain key plot points were "manufactured", but not detrimentally so. I recommend this book to all those not put off by another retelling of the story of Jesus. (I'm going to recommend this to my kids.) amazon/review/R51Z6XTE

    10. Dawn on said:

      I had to go and reread the summary to make sure it wasn't my fault I did not like this book. No where in the summary, does it mention that this book is the fictional interpretation of the life of Jesus Christ, while simultaneously intertwining a ROMANCE NOVEL - this book was actually sort of offensive for those who believe in the life of Jesus and a let down for those looking for a romance novel - TERRIBLE!

    11. Mom on said:

      It has taken me a while to get into this book. I felt it would be good to read and kept going.In the last few days, I have wanted to read more and more. Jesus died on the cross for all. Paulus discovered this.He gave his life to Christ and was baptised. He gave up being a legate to follow Christ. He even gave Simon his freedom.He and Alysia were to get married. Lazarus welcomed him into his family as he did Alysia.

    12. Kim on said:

      I loved this book and could not put it down. This is my 3rd Debra Diaz book and I intent to read all of her others.Alysia of Athens is removed from her home to become a slave when her father is killed. Paulus Maximus, a Roman legate, buys Alysia at the slave market and takes her to become the slave of his sister. Alysia hates everything Roman. During this time, a carpenter named Jesus is arrested and crucified for his claim of being the son of God. A very well written story.

    13. Maxine on said:

      ohhhhhhhhhh lordy lordy im picking some bad ones. the blurb tells of a completely different story. its so hard to follow and im getting a very religious feel. dont get me wrong, i believe in the lord and have read my bible 4 times from cover to cover but i really do hate it when its shoved down your throat.

    14. Shelly on said:

      I read this book with such interest, I had to read it again. The message from this story is that no matter who you are, where you have been or what you have done, God will love you unconditionally any way. While this is a work of fiction, it follows a story out of the bible. This is a very good read!

    15. Rachel on said:

      I loved reading Woman of Sin. It was a long story, but I keep reading, and I went on to read the other book, Man of God.When I finished reading, I wanted to wish Alysia and Paulus well, but--SPOILER-- they both are executed in Man of God.Anyway, it's an exciting story, and I really think you should read it. I guarantee that you will at least like it, if not love it.

    16. Amy on said:

      Beautifully written and described, well worth the read. If you enjoyed this you should definetly check out A Stray Drop of Blood about the same style and time period, a very moving and well written story. (first read Nov 8 2013)

    17. Kristen on said:

      It wasokay. It was a bit wordy and over-explained things. It was heavily religious at the end, which was absolutely nowhere in the description. The story sometimes got too far away from the main character and it seemed like a stretch to bring it back.

    18. Anne on said:

      Felt deceived by description. I might not have downloaded the book if the description was accurate.

    19. patndoris on said:

      The first few pages made me think I might not enjoy this book, but I ended up enjoying it very much!

    20. Misty on said:

      A good read, and an interesting description of the story of Jesus and the beginnings of Christianity.

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