"Whom my soul loveth" is a tale of relations involving three countries, Lebanon, Britain, and the USA, engulfed and soaked in cultures that have taken centuries to blossom and to develop on the beautiful Mount Lebanon, under the evergreen branches of the eternal cedar trees, east of the romantic Mediterranean Sea. The story is about a beautiful girl, an only child and heiress to one of the wealthiest and most influential families in Lebanon. She was born and raised in a home where she was ingrained in her ways and manners of high society levels, but not religion or true faith. This young woman has a life changing experience through the testimony of her friendship and influence of her Christian classmate and next-door neighbor. The new spiritual experience adopted by this pampered teen-age girl causes her to lose everything she had and what will have. Torn from her home and country, forsaken by her mother and family, she loses her identity and goes through the valley of tears caused by her newly-found spiritual awakening. God, in His mercy and grace, is faithful to that young woman who was found totally faithful in her walk with her Lord. However, through sacrifices in her life and through enduring persecution for His Holy Name, God blesses her by granting her the desire of her heart. As you read this Saga, its exciting events, without any dull moment, will make feel as though you are involved as one of its characters, to the extent you feel compelled not to put the book down, for the anxiety and interest to know what will happen next. It is a must read book, especially for finding what really happened at the end of the story.