Whispers from the Soul by Elaine Doll

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"Stripped of everything but her grief and left alone in the desolate Oklahoma Territory, Leoma Fisk
is asked to do the unthinkable. She has buried both her husband and their infant daughter, and she feels as if all hope is lost. When Welby Soderlund, a stranger, approaches her at her daughter’s graveside, she is forced to make an impossible decision under impossible circumstances. Can she struggle through her fresh grief to make the life-changing sacrifice he desperately needs for his own infant son to survive?

Raw with his own grief, Welby explains that his wife has died, and now, Dyer, their infant son, is starving. Leoma’s milk could be this child’s only hope for life. But can she find the strength in her faith to answer his prayers?

Digging deep within, she opens her heart to the man and his baby after gentle whispers from God guide her. In obedience, she rises above her grief to care for the child, relying on her faith for compassion and strength to nurse little Dyer.

A prim and proper city lady of means, she finds the boy’s father—a contentious farmer— intolerable, yet as she becomes enmeshed in their lives, she grows to love the baby and his older sister. In impossible circumstances, both lives are touched by compassion, love, and even romance. "

About Elaine Doll

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ELAINE DOLL has devoted nearly three decades to her writing, and her poems and articles have been published in magazines. She completed the Christian Writers Guild “Writing for the Soul” series and a two-year Writer’s Digest Novel Writing Workshop. A caregiver and volunteer English tutor, she lives in Hemet, California, with Charles, her husband.
Published May 30, 2012 by AbbottPress. 275 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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