This book is considered Biblical fiction, with the setting in the 1st century. Sandi brought the times to life with detail that draws you into the story. A friend who is a bit of a Biblical scholar told me she was impressed with Sandi's books because you can tell she did her research, and the story is true to the facts of the era.
I loved that Yahshua's Bridge continued with characters from The Master's Wall. Both books were filled with elements of love, loyalty, honor, and faith.
Do yourself a favor, buy a copy of BOTH these books and give yourself hours of enjoyment.
Here's the back cover copy: An amethyst stone draws him to his past. An elusive maiden draws him to his future. Alexander is born into slavery under an abusive master: a master of his own flesh and blood ... a man he will never call father. Determined to break away from his master's hold, Alexander devises a plan to purchase his freedom. But what's he to do when he finds himself shipped off in shackles to Egypt, disappearing from the lives of everyone he knows and loves?