The first book in bestselling author Linda Chaikin's new series of contemporary mystery/romances, Monday's Child was conceived in the poem "Monday's child is fair of face; Tuesday's child is full of grace...." Each book of this uncommon series uses a line from the poem to tell the story of a woman facing incredible odds as she searches to understand God's plan for her.
For Krista von Burren, a beautiful model whose fair face and form have opened doors all over Europe, life seems perfect. Then Jordan Lucas appears. Jordan is working with an investigative journalist to uncover an international banking scandal dating back to Hitler's Germany. When he tells Krista that the heirloom ring she wears did not come from her German grandmother, as she thought, but from his aunt who died in a concentration camp, Krista is stunned. Could her grandfather and father, both Swiss bankers, possibly have been involved in such a thing? Dark ripples of fear and haunting guilt begin to move through her family, and Krista suddenly finds herself involved in a stunning, unforeseen series of events.
In the midst of her search for truth, a tragic accident changes Krista's life in ways she could never have imagined. She comes to learn that her true source of happiness lies not in her fair face, but in her faith in God. And she finds the kind of love she has always prayed for--a love that goes beyond outward beauty and reaches to her very heart and soul.
Monday's Child is sure to appeal to Linda's current fans and introduce many new readers to great Christian fiction.