Every story draws us into a journey. Sharing that journey is twice the joy.
Band of Sisters was born of a desire to end modern-day slavery, and most of all to ask, what can I do to help in a need so desperate? Charles Sheldon once posed a similar question in his classic work, In His Steps. Bold solutions inspired us both—more than a century apart—by changing our question to, “What would Jesus do?”
Christian Fiction Addiction writes, “powerfully moving story . . . I did not expect my faith to be so challenged, to feel so moved to ask myself what Jesus would do, how I should respond in the face of social injustices, in the face of need. . . . not simply a poignant story, but a call to band together as Christians to confront the evil in this world . . . masterfully told . . .” (5 stars)
Romantic Times (4 and ½ stars) calls it a “wonderful story about the power of being a woman and what a group of women can do when they work together . . . characters are strong, not only in body but in mind . . . charming, witty and some even have a little bit of devil in them.”
Fiction Addict writes, “an extremely intricate and compelling story. Pulling stories from modern headlines and placing them in 1910 is very clever and works.”
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