I was excited when I saw that Angela Hunt had written Delilah: Treacherous Beauty, because I have also read her novels about Bathsheba and Esther (Bathsheba: Reluctant Beauty and Esther: Royal Beauty). What is great about Hunt’s books is that she takes Biblical characters who are often given a bad rap, and portrays them as likeable, multi-faceted human beings (in a similar fashion to Jill Eileen Smith’s novel about Rahab, The Crimson Cord). Though Hunt obviously adds many fictional details throughout the novel, the basic storyline still stays faithful to the Biblical account. I like novels based on Biblical characters, because they often influence people to read their Bibles more and delve deeper into Bible stories.
You can find Delilah: Treacherous Beauty here.