A cracked lamp can still give light to others. Damaris finds that in a similar way a person who considers herself damaged can still give light and love to others and to God. And, like bread cast upon the waters, she will receive back one hundred-fold. Damaris Johnson believes no man can accept her flaws – she has experienced rejection in the past. Douglas Mendoza longs to leave his job as a rural Deputy Sheriff and escape the guilt he feels at his brother's death. He feels that he belongs in a large city. Damaris' job keeps her in a small town. And as their love deepens, Damaris learns to yield her desires to God's will. She learns to 'let go and let God' show the way. Douglas searches to find strength in Damaris' love that renews his belief and cleanses him of guilt. The elderly ladies whom Demaris takes care of add charm and humor to this lovely novel. The story has a great plotline, strong characters, and strikes universal chords in all of us who fear we will lose love through physical separation.
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