From the Author
I love reading the stories about women in the Bible, and Ruth is one of my favorites. Many years ago, I read Francine Rivers's book Redeeming Love
which is a fictionalization of Hosea set during the old West. It was a wonderful book, and I thought the concept of setting a biblical book in a different time period was a great idea. As a result, I toyed with the idea of writing about one of the women in the Bible, but the project always sat on the back burner. When my blog group decided to publish a series of novellas, I knew this was the opportunity I was looking for. World War II is my favorite era about which to write, and I knew it would be a perfect fit for Ruth.
From the Back Cover
Noreen Hirsch loses everything including her husband and twosons. Then her adopted country goes to war with her homeland. Has God abandonedher?
Rosa Hirsch barely adjusts to being a bride before she iswidowed. She gives up her citizenship to accompany her mother-in-law to herhome country. Can Rosa find acceptance among strangers who hate her belligerentnation?
Basil Quincey is rich beyond his wildest dreams, butloneliness stalks him. Can he find a woman who loves him and not his money?
Three people. One God who can raise hope from the ashes ofdespair."For I know the plansI have for you," declares the Lord, "plans for welfare and not calamity, togive you a future and a hope." (Jeremiah 29:11 NASB)