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Enid hates the Romans who enslaved her. Broken-hearted over the life she lost in Britain, she vows to bury her name and her past where the Redcrests can never reach it. As years of servitude pass, bitter resignation replaces her longing to return home. Then an unlikely friendship with a fellow outcast raises Enid out of her isolation, bringing both hope for the future and q Enid hates the Romans who enslaved her. Broken-hearted over the life she lost in Britain, she vows to bury her name and her past where the Redcrests can never reach it. As years of servitude pass, bitter resignation replaces her longing to return home. Then an unlikely friendship with a fellow outcast raises Enid out of her isolation, bringing both hope for the future and questions about the confusing God of the Christiani. Yet memories of her childhood haunt her, urging her to cling to her old identity, while the barriers of Roman society remain in the way of her deepest dreams. The peace she thought she made with the past is crumbling. But time is running out for Enid and those she loves. Danger threatens the household she serves as persecution stalks her few friends. She must decide if risking it all for the one she loves is worth giving up the world she knows. Even if it is a choice between life and death.


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Enid hates the Romans who enslaved her. Broken-hearted over the life she lost in Britain, she vows to bury her name and her past where the Redcrests can never reach it. As years of servitude pass, bitter resignation replaces her longing to return home. Then an unlikely friendship with a fellow outcast raises Enid out of her isolation, bringing both hope for the future and q Enid hates the Romans who enslaved her. Broken-hearted over the life she lost in Britain, she vows to bury her name and her past where the Redcrests can never reach it. As years of servitude pass, bitter resignation replaces her longing to return home. Then an unlikely friendship with a fellow outcast raises Enid out of her isolation, bringing both hope for the future and questions about the confusing God of the Christiani. Yet memories of her childhood haunt her, urging her to cling to her old identity, while the barriers of Roman society remain in the way of her deepest dreams. The peace she thought she made with the past is crumbling. But time is running out for Enid and those she loves. Danger threatens the household she serves as persecution stalks her few friends. She must decide if risking it all for the one she loves is worth giving up the world she knows. Even if it is a choice between life and death.

33 review for Between Two Worlds

  1. 4 out of 5

    Deborah O'Carroll

    I loved this book! Inspiring historical fiction with lovely writing and two characters who wrapped themselves around my heart. (Lucius and Enid forever!) The historical detail is well done and feels vivid and alive. (A couple of grittier details for historical accuracy, so just that small warning.) I loved the deeper themes as well. Stunning. Historical fiction fans, and those interested in ancient Rome, early Christian history, or Celtic twists, check this one out! (Disclaimer: I was a copyedito I loved this book! Inspiring historical fiction with lovely writing and two characters who wrapped themselves around my heart. (Lucius and Enid forever!) The historical detail is well done and feels vivid and alive. (A couple of grittier details for historical accuracy, so just that small warning.) I loved the deeper themes as well. Stunning. Historical fiction fans, and those interested in ancient Rome, early Christian history, or Celtic twists, check this one out! (Disclaimer: I was a copyeditor for this, but as an unbiased reader I definitely would have enjoyed it too. ;) Lovely.)

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    Between Two Worlds is the story of a captured young woman who is forced into slavery in ancient Rome. Torn from her family and home, she closes herself off from the world as she struggles under her bondage. But a new friend might hold the key that brings hope. I really enjoyed this book. It was clearly well-researched, I appreciate the historical details included about Celtic and Roman life. My favourite aspect of the story was the settings, which Cheyanne's descriptions really brought to life. Between Two Worlds is the story of a captured young woman who is forced into slavery in ancient Rome. Torn from her family and home, she closes herself off from the world as she struggles under her bondage. But a new friend might hold the key that brings hope. I really enjoyed this book. It was clearly well-researched, I appreciate the historical details included about Celtic and Roman life. My favourite aspect of the story was the settings, which Cheyanne's descriptions really brought to life. The green forests of Enid's homeland and the grand structures of Rome. The characters were interesting and lively. Julia and Aurelia both really stood out to me, and if there are any future books about them, I'd love to read them too! Throughout this book we get to watch Enid's character growth as she adjusts from her old life to her new. I liked how we get to view her inner thoughts as she interacts with others. Lucius was also a great character who underwent a lot of changes throughout the story! It took me a little while to figure out how everything fit together at the beginning. Some of the names are similar, which is historically accurate, but at times I got characters confused. Overall, I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it for readers interest in ancient Christian history. Thank-you Cheyenne for sending me an advanced reader's copy in exchange for a review!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Eelder

    I was an arc reader for this book so I can say a week after reading it the plot and characters are still very much fresh in my mind. Some books you read you can’t remember what happened the next day, but Cheyenne made her story memorable and her characters unique and lovable! Between two worlds has a unique writing style, but one that adds to the story and makes the reader feel as though they are in the room with the characters, after only a few chapters I wasn’t able to put this book down! I de I was an arc reader for this book so I can say a week after reading it the plot and characters are still very much fresh in my mind. Some books you read you can’t remember what happened the next day, but Cheyenne made her story memorable and her characters unique and lovable! Between two worlds has a unique writing style, but one that adds to the story and makes the reader feel as though they are in the room with the characters, after only a few chapters I wasn’t able to put this book down! I definitely recommend this book to anyone!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Morgan Matich

    I knew this book would be great from the moment I heard about it's existence. A Briton girl enslaved in Rome, learning about Christianity in a time of persecution and falling in love with an Auxiliary? It sounded like a book plucked from my dreams. I am pleased to tell you that I was right: not only is this book well written (the Early Modern English pronouns were *chefs kiss*), it is full of heart and authentic characters and a lush setting. The historical detail is well-researched, the worldbu I knew this book would be great from the moment I heard about it's existence. A Briton girl enslaved in Rome, learning about Christianity in a time of persecution and falling in love with an Auxiliary? It sounded like a book plucked from my dreams. I am pleased to tell you that I was right: not only is this book well written (the Early Modern English pronouns were *chefs kiss*), it is full of heart and authentic characters and a lush setting. The historical detail is well-researched, the worldbuilding clear and immersive in a way that does not leave you feeling bogged down with facts. The allusions to Roman, Celtic, and Biblical history were so fun to spot! The themes were so poignant in such a turbulent world, and really resonated with me. Enid's struggle to understand her worth as well as her hesitance to accept the hand of the people who cared about her was real, which is all I could ask for in a main character. Enid's story is one of heartbreak, but also of love and faith, and learning to trust both other people and God, even when things look bleak. Before you finish reading, you will fall in love with Lucius, Rufus, Aurelia, Agrippina, and Julia, and the world Cheyenne created. Many thanks to her for letting me read an ARC of this lovely book, she is a wonderful author and an even better human!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Creative Warrior

    Great job author, I really like your writing style. I suggest you join N0velStar’s writing competition, you might be their next big star.

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