For the Love of Amber
When the Jonquils Bloom Again, book Two
114, 024 words, 313 pages
A story of faith in a time without faith, of hope in a time without hope, of love in a time when love is a crime; but God is Love. Amber lives and loves with the innocence of youth, the purity of a saint, as an example of Godís love, of the founding principle of Christianity. Missing without a trace and presumed dead, she is lost. Others give up hope---not Albert. Others give up faith---not Albert.
††††††† From its beginnings, before Amberís birth, this book grows through the 1910s and 20s and 30s and 40s, through the time of Hitlerís racist empire, to the end of segregation in the military and the beginning of the end of legal racism against Blacks in America, to a time when faith is made sight, when hope is made flesh, and love is.
††††††† A human story, a story of a family, a story of a man and woman in love, For the love of Amber is a black and white love story, simply right, simply worth reading.