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Character Introduction: Moriyah

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Today I’d like to introduce you to Moriyah, main character in “A Light on the Hill” by Connilyn Cossette! She’s an amazing heroine. Enjoy! (If you’re new to these posts: The idea behind them is just to spotlight the character a bit, give a little description of their personality, and for fun, a few books I’d recommend to them if I could.) 

 

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Moriyah has a scar on her face from a traumatic ordeal years before this book starts off. The scar – a pagan emblem – has not only scarred her skin but also her soul. She struggles to see her true worth, living in shame and fear.
But she is one of the most kind-hearted young women – she has a heart of gold and always desires to minister to those she can.
When a certain event occurs that changes her life-course, she is forced to learn to embrace a whole new life-style, and learn what it means to trust Yahweh fully and learn that her worth is more than her scar – in Yahweh she is complete.
I highly, highly, highly recommend you read Moriyah’s story in “A Light on the Hill”! It’s a beautiful journey.
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Books I’d Recommend to Moriyah:
Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers – while this book deals with slightly different issues than Moriyah faces, I think she would enjoy it and take the message to her heart.
In the Field of Grace by Tessa Afshar – The title indicates it would be a good fit for Moriyah – grace. <3
Land of Silence by Tessa Afshar –  Yes, another Tessa Afshar book here. Because I think they are so poignant, and would be an encouragement to Moriyah.
And I’d love to recommend each of Connilyn Cossette’s other books to Moriyah ;)
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Meet Moriyah yourself in “A Light on the Hill”:
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Seven years ago, Moriyah was taken captive in Jericho and branded with the mark of the Canaanite gods. Now the Israelites are experiencing peace in their new land, but Moriyah has yet to find her own peace. Because of the shameful mark on her face, she hides behind her veil at all times and the disdain of the townspeople keeps her from socializing. And marriage prospects were out of the question . . . until now.

Her father has found someone to marry her, and she hopes to use her love of cooking to impress the man and his motherless sons. But when things go horribly wrong, Moriyah is forced to flee. Seeking safety at one of the newly-established Levitical cities of refuge, she is wildly unprepared for the dangers she will face, and the enemies–and unexpected allies–she will encounter on her way.

About the Author:
Connilyn Cossette
Connilyn Cossette is the CBA-Bestselling author of the Out from Egypt Series and the Cities of Refuge Series from Bethany House Publishers. There is not much she enjoys more than digging into the rich, ancient world of the Bible, discovering new gems of grace that point to Jesus, and weaving them into an immersive fiction experience. She lives in North Carolina with her husband of over twenty years and a son and daughter who fill her days with joy, laughter, and inspiration. Connect with her at www.ConnilynCossette.com
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Check out the Author Interview with Connilyn Cossette, and my book review of “A Light on The Hill” by clicking on the graphics below. :)
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I am a peculiar treasure who is passionately in love with my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. I love writing, reading, knife/tomahawk-throwing, and letter-writing, among other things. :)

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