In Rightfully Mine: God’s Equal Rights Amendment by Aggie Villanueva she writes about a young woman named Rizapah who fights for what she believes in whether it is her inheritance or her right to love the man she thinks she wants.
I like that the setting of the book is set at the time that Israel, as a tribe, is about to cross the Jordan into the promised land that God has given them and it explores a little about life back then. But mainly I loved reading how Rizapah fights to change the law that does not allow women to have an inheritance in that era. This reviewer liked the book so much that she is buying it as a Christmas gift for a family member.
**** 4 stars
Carol Langstroth, Manager
Mind Fog Reviews