Life during the Great Depression has been hard for Alona Winslow Jennings, but it is turned upside down when she loses her husband in a terrible accident. When she marries Oscar Moran, a wealthy older man, her motivation is far more about Oscar providing for her three young sons than any romantic inclinations. Oscar is indeed a good provider, but there is no spark of love between them. She realizes the error of her decision when she begins to feel drawn to Jason, a fighter pilot in the raging second world war. Alona and Jason's friendship grows amid the tumult Amerida's increasing involvement in the global crises. Will Alona remain true to her marriage vows--and her faith in God--in spite of her turbulent circumstances?
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