Davis Bunn is described as a gentleman adventurer who incorporates his personal adventures into the "thinking man's Indiana Jones" stories. Davis is a four time Christy award-winning writer who lives half the time in Florida and then serves as a writer-in-residence at Regents Park College, Oxford University in the United Kingdom. From fiction of high drama and intrigue to very quiet, heartwarming stories that explore the intricacies of human relationships and the constancy of divine love, he has enriched the lives of readers of all ages and interests.
Favorite Verse: (KJV) Isaiah 40:28: "Hast thou not known? Hast thou not heard? That the everlasting God, the Lord, The Creator of the ends of the earth, Fainteth not, neither is weary? There is no searching of His understanding.
Carey Mathers arrives in Athens to take a coveted position at the Classical Institute, only to discover the building is shuttered, the institute bankrupt. Journalist Nicholas Tyler believes he is headed for the big time when his paper sends him to Europe. But four months into his assignment, the office is closed. Now he must find freelance investigative projects--or go home. Dimitri Roubinos, born into a seafaring family, knows the Aegean and its islands better than anyone alive. But his looks and charm are not enough to overcome the collapse in the tourist trade.
Amy Dowell had always considered herself a very good mother. But when she loses her husband to illness and her home to debt, she finds herself and her young daughter, Kimberly, living on the streets as she struggles to find a job that will get them back on their feet again.
When Amy meets Lucy Watts, the pastor in charge of the church program that fed Amy and Kimberly their latest meal, Lucy sets them up in temporary housing and gives her a lead on a job painting signs for a local auto dealership—but Amy is hesitant to let go and trust. Is this finally a legitimate break? Can Amy subject herself to the possibility of disappointment and hurt by hoping again?