When Sherrill stumbles on her fiance and his secretary, Arla, in a passionate discussion minutes before her wedding ceremony, she is shocked--but her choice is clear. Arla will marry Carter in that day's ceremony, not her. Sherrill survives the ceremony with the help of a stranger who remains constantly and comfortingly by her side. But after the disastrous wedding passes, Sherrill's emerald and diamond necklace go missing, and Sherrill finds herself suspecting the very man who had come to mean so much.
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It was so sweet. I love how he saved her that dreadful day and i love how he introduced her to Christ. Yeah maybe he should have visited more - but then he wouldnt be a stranger, maybe the affection should have been more descriptive - but then it was written in 1933, so yeah at that time even if the Author wanted to be descriptive I dont think the publishing company would have allowed it. So I am glad that instead of focusing on the physical aspect she focused on spiritual and made an awesome book of it!!
The storyline of this book is unusual, and some might say far-fetched. However, if anything like this could happen, it all makes for one beautiful expression of the caring of God for His own. Sherrill is a tremendously good, strong, and creative person, but I wonder if the main character shouldn't be "the beloved stranger"! This book certainly underscores the truth of Romans 8:28 in an unusual but powerful way.