About the Book
He’s never had the courage to love anyone…
The only thing Otis Miller has ever wanted to be is a doctor and he wants to be the best. A surprise talk with his Aunt Eleanor days before his twenty-first birthday leads to a visit from his grandfather’s lawyer and the discovery that he is the heir to a large fortune. With all the papers signed, Otis heads to Chicago to follow his dream.
After graduating from Jenner Medical School, Otis goes to the mine he owns in Colorado to see how things are and to provide medical care for everyone in town. He finds horrible working conditions and learns to make difficult decisions that will be best for all
Will Otis learn to let God cover him in the depths of His love? Can Otis hide in God’s presence whenever he doesn’t know where to go next?
Note: 50% of my income from this series will go to the World Orphans organization.
About the Author
Faith Blum is a 20-something author of multiple books in various genres. She loves to write, read, play piano, knit, crochet, sew, watch movies, and spend time with her husband. She lives in Wisconsin in a small town with her husband and cat where she can write to her heart’s content during the day. Faith’s goal in her writing is to encourage Christians in their walk with Christ.
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Otis laughed, picked the three year old boy up, and spun him around. “How’s my Andrew tonight?”
“Not tired, but Mama wanth me to go to bed.
”An exasperated sigh alerted Otis to another presence. “Andrew, your father is waiting for you.”
Otis set him down and knelt next to him. “You need to listen to your mother. She knows what is best for you.”
He pouted. “But I wanna play wif you.”“Soon, but not tonight.”
His lower lip inched out more and Otis gave it a tweak. “Goodnight, Andrew.”
Andrew shuffled to the back room, and Otis stood up with an apologetic smile. “Sorry.”
Priscilla chuckled lightly. “Don’t be. He was being disobedient before you came.”
“Has Joshua done the evening chores yet?”
“No, I haven’t, but they can wait,” Joshua said from behind Otis. “What brings you here tonight?”
Priscilla cleared her throat. “Perhaps we should go sit down?”
Joshua hit his forehead with the palm of his hand. “Right. Sorry, it’s been a long day.”
Otis smiled. “Not a problem.”Priscilla led them to the parlor and went to get some tea.
“How have you been?” Otis asked.
“Not too bad,” he replied. “Life’s ups and downs make things difficult and interesting, but have hopefully made us trust God more, too.”
Otis nodded. “It usually does if you are trying to follow Him in the first place.”
Priscilla returned with the tea and gave both of them a cup. “So what does bring you here tonight? It must be exciting.”
Otis blinked. “Why do you say that?”
Priscilla sat down and cuddled close to Joshua. “I know you like to hide your feelings a lot, but the ready smile is something you only do when you are excited.”
Otis sighed. “Detectives. You can’t hide anything from them, can you? I feel sorry for your children.”
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