Pompeii, Italy, AD 61. A Roman noblewoman gives up her hedonistic lifestyle to shelter street children in Ancient Rome.
Meet Lady Alexandra Marcius as her new faith is tested by divorce, the sudden death of her parents, and a failed attempt on her life. A woman of regrets, “Lady Zan” shelters homeless boys and girls from the horror of the streets at a time when Roman emperors engaged in child prostitution. As Lady Zan’s new faith spreads throughout the empire, a paranoid emperor takes drastic measures to stop this new form of Judaism.
Will Lady Zan abandon her faith in order to survive?
Find out what happens during one of history’s most terrible persecutions.
|Publisher:||Lydia Anne Klima|
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About the Author
Born in Chicago, Lydia loved history, literature and writing from an early age. She was an avid reader, and a fan of Masterpiece Theater and American Playhouse while in grade school. Lydia graduated with a history degree from Loyola University in Chicago. She worked as a sales rep, a résumé writer, and an executive secretary. After getting her MBA, Lydia was offered jobs at top companies, which she turned down to pursue writing. She writes about female characters overcoming many obstacles to live happy, triumphant lives. They are survivors, not victims.