After raising eleven-year-old adopted daughter, Carrie Marie, Joanna and Paul Andres face the rampage of Joanna's ex-husband, Greg. When released from prison he threatens to take away his biological daughter from them. When Carrie Marie is suddenly abducted from a movie theater, the family suspects Greg, but in horror finds her abductor to be a child molester,who she miraculously escapes from and ends up in the hospital. While in the hospital Carrie is diagnosed with life threatening Leukemia. Unable to tolerate the chemotherapy, Carrie's only chance in her battle for life is the stem cells from her only biological relative, her hardhearted father. Carrie's love and kindness shows her father the love of God. This love teaches her father how to give of himself to save her life. When he is able to give of himself, he finds himself. When Joanna sees the change in her ex she is able to forgive him and allows him to be a part of his daughter's life. He accepts the love of God and this gives him and his new wife, new a new life.
About the Author
"Shirley Kalpin-Olson stories are all written from the heart to help the sad, hurt and lonely." She is a mother, grandmother, and RN, has been writing for many years. She has received several honors during her writing career. She has been published in Anthologies, newspapers, and newsletters. She was widowed in 1999 and remarried to a friend in 2002. She and her new husband reside in Cambridge, MN. She has since renewed her passion for writing and wrote two inspirational fictions in hard copies, "The Truth Shall Set You Free in, 2006 and "Train Wreck in the Sierras" in 2005 both at Infinity Publishing. In 2010 she published her first non-fiction "Life After Death" a book on suicide, in hard copy. "A Life after A Tragic Death" name of same book in e-book form. A two-book sequel "Bitter Betrayal" and "Oh No, My Ex is Back".