Set in the 1800s, "Ruth's Redemption," depicts slave life in the south. Bo, the main character who was educated while a slave is a freedman who now owns a farm and buys slaves for the purpose of giving them their freedom. Bo is also a widower whose life is destined to changed when he meets the stubborn, proud and hard-hearted 20 year old slave girl, Ruth.
Ruth has known nothing but harshness and brutality since being separated from her mother at age thirteen. Purchased and sold primarily for breeding and the enlargement of her master's slave stock, Ruth struggles to understand the way of her new master. Bo is unlike any master she's known and what she experiences in his care will leave her forever changed.
A gripping pre-Civil War slave era novel, "Ruth's Redemption" is a story of forgiveness, acceptance and redemption. Set against the backdrop of the Nat Turner Rebellion in Tidewater, Virginia, this novel shines the light of God's unconditional love in the darkness of the evils of hatred and acts of inhumanity.