Wilhelmina Brewster has been a college music professor for 41 years, devoting her life to her career and never marrying. Now, after her forced retirement at age 65, she is mourning her loss and searching for something to fill the empty hours. Widower Mike Dolan is a pilot and World War II veteran who has always lived life to the fullest. When medical tests confirm that his cancer has returned, he makes plans to take a final flight in his airplane rather than become a burden to his family. Wilhelmina accidentally learns of Mike’s final plans, and when she discovers that he isn’t a believer, she knows it’s her Christian duty to talk with him about her faith. But although she has been a lifelong Christian, she feels totally inadequate for the task of witnessing to an unbeliever.
Mike and Wilhelmina are two very different people—one figuring out how to live, the other how to die. Yet they will find themselves journeying together as they search for answers to life, loss and faith in God.
I just read Waves of Mercy. I loved it and read it every chance I got. There must be! a sequel to this story.
Yes Lisa Birtles. The sequel to Waves of Mercy is called Legacy of Mercy. I loved both books..
Has thus book been published before? Same title or different?
I JUST READ WAVES OF MERCY & LEGACY OF MERCY. LOVED THEM BOTH BECA– USE IT WAS HISTORICAL ACCOUNTS OF MY HOME TOWN OF HOLLAND, MICHIGAN AND MY DUTCH ANCESTRY. IS ANOTHER SEQUEL COMING LYNN?
I just finished Legacy of Mercy, and will start looking for Waves of Mercy, the prequel. I think we need a sequel to Legacy of Mercy to see how the story ends. Lots of plots and characters to finish, right?
Yes, Lynn. I loved the Waves of Mercy and Legacy of Mercy. Why not add a third book to the mix. I love Gesse and the wisdom of this godly fictional character.