The Stuff of Love: Joined by Love for Orphans Four Couples Find Romance During World War II
Barbour Pub., 2004 - Fiction - 346 pages
In four interwoven novellas set in 1941, an American OSS officer enlists a mother and daughter in America and two of their relatives in Europe to carry out a clever plan. They sew dolls for the children of the war-torn continent. . .but add a life-saving twist: Hidden in each doll are the funds and documents necessary to smuggle children away from certain death. A plan as simple and dangerous as this requires cooperation and trust. Whom can these Christians rely upon? As they labor, each finds a special helper to whom they bond in heart and soul while completing their important task.
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