A stranger fleeing from his past. Two sisters married to the same man, now bitter rivals for his love. A family torn apart by the deception of the father, who holds the lives of all he loves in his hands. Jacob - a man who fled for his life from the brother he cheated. Leah - a woman disfigured from a childhood disease, now forced to obey her father and deceive both her sister and the man she loves. Rachel - the love of Jacob's life who waits patiently for their marriage, only to end up having to share him with her own sister. Laban - the wily old man who pulls the strings to control those he loves and those he uses. From L. M. Roth, author of Battleground: Elijah and the War With Jezebel, A Star In the Darkness, Esther and the King of Persia, and Arise My Love, the Princess Who Fell Asleep, comes a sensitive and poignant retelling of the legendary love triangle that birthed the Twelve Tribes of Israel. A Dance In the Desert, The Story of Leah, Jacob, and Rachel is a tale of yearning, heartbreak, and sibling rivalry that still evokes across the centuries the drama of a family torn apart, yet whose legacy is one of the great dynasties of history. Can they overcome the bitter jealousy that threatens to destroy them and thus receive their inheritance? Or will they only succeed in destroying each other?