He’s struggling to accept his new normal. She’s losing her patience…
When Luke Grayson lost his leg in a shark attack, he also lost his faith.
How could God have allowed this to happen?
Now, he could lose everything – his wife, his children, his house, his job, simply because he’s in a miry pit of self-pity and depression he can’t climb out of.
Twelve months after the attack, Rachel has reached the end of her tether. She’s been patient with her husband. She’s taken a job to pay the bills. She’s been mother and father to their two children. But she’s tired and doesn’t know how much longer she can continue.
Why can’t Luke wear his prosthesis and get on with life?
When she meets a woman on a desolate beach, she wonders if God has heard her prayers.
Can Luke’s heart be healed, their marriage restored, and their faith renewed?
Let this stand-alone Christian love story warm your heart and draw you close to the One who loves you without condition. Whispers of Hope is a story of love, hope, redemption, and second chances.
What readers say
★★★★★ "A husband who has lost all hope. A praying wife desperate to get him back. An encounter with a woman whom God uses to give the couple a second chance at love and life. Full of scripture, hope, redemption, and romance, this book will leave a lasting impression on each reader." ~ verified reviewer
★★★★★ "A beautiful, well-written story that will deeply touch your heart. Tragedy, uncertainty, anger, depression, and feelings of uselessness abound. Through God, hope is restored, and a brighter future is found." ~ verified reviewer
★★★★★ "A heart filled story full of restoration and God's word. Things seemed hopeless for this couple but with God's intervention and placing people in their lives that bless them, gives them the perspective to soldier on." early reviewer
★★★★★ "I liked the sweetness in this moving romance and the description of the struggle to come to terms with life as an amputee. This faith based story has Christianity as the source of help and inspiration but it is matter of factly done without being preachy" ~ early reviewer