Charlotte (Lotte) Coleman never thinks much about religion or faith in God, yet she hopes for a great future. She believes that she does not need to pray for things that she can accomplish herself. Her outlook dramatically changes when a car accident sends her and her fianc, Craig, to the hospital. While Craig quickly recovers, Lottes injuries are devastating and leave her unable to see. Craig does the unthinkable and leaves Lotte to face her future without him. During Lottes second hospitalization, she receives a visit from a priest, Father Gabriel, who tells her that she must regain hope and faith in God to succeed in life. Upon his suggestion, Lotte and her family depart on a pilgrimage to Ftima, Portugal. There, while Lotte crawls toward the shrine on her elbows and hands, a man talks to her about his own pilgrimage and prays with her for miracles that he believes could happen.
Lotte becomes a believer in God and resigns to her faith, but miracles begin to happen when they land in Geneva to wait for a transfer flight. A doctor from the Geneva Casablanca Institute approaches Lotte with an offer that was too hard to refuse. Lotte believes that it is the beginning of what the strange man and what Father Gabriel were talking about, so she agrees. In Gstaad, Switzerland, she falls in love with two men, Roman, a man in his early sixties, and his right-hand man, Carlos, about Lottes age. Once again, Lotte arrives at a crossroad in her life and she must choose carefully and wisely. Lotte is only certain of one thing, her unshakeable faith in God, and she hopes that she has chosen the right man to live with for the rest of her life.
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Eva Fischer-Dixon (Author)
Born in Budapest, Hungary, Eva Fischer-Dixon grew up concentrating to achieve a big dream, to live and become a writer in the United States. She accomplished that goal in 1973, when she finally immigrated to the country where she always believed t...