In Desire of My Heart by C.C. Duzan, Nellie Dunkirk seeks answers to her questions. After meeting Karl de Kort, she wonders how learning her name might affect their relationship.
Hester Wirth is also searching. Aunt Lena's death ended some twenty years of service for this experienced housekeeper and care-giver. Alone and in her sixties, Hester pleads with God, 'What do you have for me to do Lord? I need to be needed.'
Jalene Anderson has done well in her chosen career, but life has become so routine. She wants a husband and a family to give meaning to her life. Yet, she had already made a commitment to Hester when she meets Richard Nelson. 'Lord, what do I do now?'
God will use events and people to shape the lives of his children. He will answer prayers that advance his kingdom. Will He enable these three women to obtain the Desire of My Heart?
'Delight thyself also in the Lord; and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart.' (Psalm 37: 4)