There Is a Fountain
About the Book
It is the late 1940s, the golden age of Hollywood, and actress Lola Livegood is climbing the ladder of success. She has landed several movie roles, partly due to the efforts of her manager, Roger, who is intent on making her a star by any means. But one night after the premier of her latest film, everything changes for Lola when she is involved in a devastating car crash that takes the life of her driver and leaves her fighting for her life.
Lola awakens in the hospital, battered and badly scarred on her face. With her career now on hold, and her relationship with Roger on the brink, Lola wallows in self-pity and despair-until she stumbles upon a tattered letter from her sister, Maggie, who is running a small orphanage in France and wants her to visit. Lola travels to France to seek escape but is brought face-to-face with a complicated inward battle and the most important question she will ever answer.
There is a Fountain is the tale of a successful Hollywood actress who embarks on a faith-driven journey to confront her eternal destiny after her life is turned upside down.
About the Author
Melissa Whitt spent her childhood traveling from church to church before flying to Costa Rica and then Honduras with her family as missionaries. She and her husband have three children and are actively involved in their church. When she isn’t homeschooling her children, Melissa writes, plays piano, paints, and sings. There Is a Fountain is her debut novel.