Plunged into the middle of WWII, Averill Lowe, assistant to Reife Braddock--president of an armaments factory in Chattanooga--must travel to Egypt to save his life and recover vital plans of a secret weapon. While battling her own hopeless feeling of love for a man who does not share her faith, she manages to to stay true to her ideals, and, among three disparate suitors, finds true love. More
Averill Lowe is an assistant to Reife Braddock, president of an engineering company that has begun turning out armaments for the British in their battle with the Nazis begun in 1939.
The company is fire-bombed and design plans for a stunning new weapon goes missing. This weapon could possible mean the difference between victory and defeat. Reife travels to Cairo to follow the treacherous associate who has done this. He falls into grave danger in Cairo. Averill young, idealistic, and not a little foolhardy, braves an enemy-infested North Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea to land in Cairo, intending to use the knowledge that a childhood lived in Egypt has provided to rescue Reife and the stolen designs.
Personal battles in her own life begin to emerge in the form of a shattering espose of an unlikely foreign agent, and she watches the fault line--between her deep faith in a personal God and the lack of it in the man she loves--widen. Courted by two other men who love her, Averill stays true to herself while her high adventures provide readers a roller coaster of a ride.