Ancient Rome. Slavery. True love. You know the kind that sacrifices for another. The kind we all wish we had the courage to live out every day.
David does as he fulfills God's will for his life even as a slave for a Christian-hating Roman master. David also loves the master's granddaughter.
The Master's Wall isn't a light romance by any stretch of the imagination, but it certainly challenges its readers to live up to what being a Christian should be: sacrificing like Christ.
Good characterization from evil to nearly divine and both extremes having bits of the other. Great setting that gives a taste of first century life in Rome. Moving plot, especially considering that the author covered seven years of their lives. Some gritty parts, but parts that were absolutely necessary to this story.
I won't be surprised to hear that you liked this one too.