From Amazon.com’s Book Description:
A twenty-first-century doctor. A third-century plague. A love out of time.
First-year resident Dr. Lisbeth Hastings is too busy to take her father’s bizarre summons seriously. But when a tragic mistake puts her career in jeopardy, answering her father’s call seems her only hope of redeeming the devastating failure that her life has become.
While exploring the haunting cave at her father’s archaeological dig, Lisbeth falls through a hidden hole, awakening to find herself the object of a slave auction and the ruins of Roman Carthage inexplicably restored to a thriving metropolis. Is it possible that she’s traveled back in time, and, if so, how can she find her way back home?
Cyprian Thascius believes God called him to rescue the mysterious woman from the slave trader’s cell. What he doesn’t understand is why saving the church of his newfound faith requires him to love a woman whose peculiar ways could get him killed. But who is he to question God? …
Healer of Carthage is a gripping, imaginative tale, beautifully told. Gentry sets a lavishly complete scene and populates it with living, breathing characters. From the luxuries of wealth to the violent cruelty of the Coliseum; from Rome’s unthinkable callousness toward human life to one man’s tender kindness toward the weakest; from 21st-century medical technology to 3rd-century herbs, Gentry’s meticulous research and insight into human nature give credibility at every turn.
This book took me on a breathtaking ride not just to another world, but to more than one other world.
Worlds I can’t wait to visit again.
For best results, first read the eShort Prequel, “A Perfect Fit,” also from Amazon or Barnes & Noble.
Thanks for reading,
PS I am linking up for the Soli Deo Gloria party at Jen’s blog, Finding Heaven Today.