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Author Ruth Axtell Morren & The Heroine Named “Bitter” — 7 Comments

  1. I would love to read your book. So please enter me in the giveaway. I really can’t think of Biblical Cinderellas, but one might think of Mary, the Mother of Jesus, as having “cinderella” aspects. A lowly maiden, chosen by God.

  2. Ruth, this story sounds just great, thanks for sharing with us about your thoughts of Naomi and Ruth from the Bible. I love to read your books and would be interested in being in the drawing to win one.
    Paula O

  3. Been trying to think of a Cinderella story, and thought about the Samaritan women at the well. No wicked stepmother, but a whole village. And then the Prince of Princes offered her living water. Don’t we all have a bit of a Cinderella story with God’s saving grace?
    Sharon
    smoore at tcq dot net

  4. Hey, Lyn and Ruth — SO good to read about Ruth’s latest. LOVE the premise, the title and the cover!!

    I’d say that in a way, Esther is a Cinderella in that she was a poor Jewess who became a queen when the King chooses her over all his other concubines, just like Prince Charming chose Cinderella. 🙂

    Hugs,
    Julie

  5. Well, I definitely think Ruth, Naomi’s companion, was another Cinderella-like character (or at least, fairytale-like) since she found her Prince Charming in Boaz!

  6. Cant think of any cinderella’s of hand.
    but I have to say this book sounds interesting. After hearing about the story it makes me more interested in reading it. to cover suits the story.

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