Love, Faith, and Politics in the 1930s
A head-strong, wealthy banker’s daughter. A penniless hobo.
Sparks fly when they meet, but how will he fit into the world-changing socialistic dreams instilled by her father? Will their relationship survive the perils of the Great Depression, and the birth of an unwanted child?
Sibyl Trimble never expected her world to change so drastically. Waiting at the train station for her banker father in 1932, she witnesses a destitute hobo being beaten by a train conductor. The handsome young man’s clear blue eyes haunt her.
As a child, Sibyl promised to support a socialistic political movement to change the world. As an adult, she dresses in fashionable clothes, cruises in a new Chrysler, and dances at the local speakeasy. Even the Great Depression can’t dampen her comfortable lifestyle—until Fremont Pope, the muscular man with solemn blue eyes, turns her world upside down. &nbs;
The more she gets to know Fremont, the more she learns about God and a purpose for life. He opens her eyes to a world she never imagined. Can she dare to break from her father’s beliefs and find godly love?
Inspired by true events, this novel follows Sibyl through some difficult choices. She must dig deep within herself to find the strength to face her upbringing and determine which, if any, of her past beliefs can be salvaged. She must decide which is more important, love or duty.
One of those rare stories that will linger in the mind and memory of the reader long after the book itself has been finished.