A child with hair the color of wet sand is lost and found then lost again, evoking the longings of the orphan in us all and the joy of sweet reunion. Asiam is just a child when she's lost by her white family on the wagon trail west. When she is taken in by Paiute people, she must work hard to earn her keep, but perhaps she has found a place to belong. She even has a new name: Shell Flower. But when hardship comes, she is cast away. She loses so much, including her first love. Will she ever have a family that is truly her own? Learning to live in the white man's world, Shell Flower--now called Alice--wonders if once again, someone might love her. If she might have something to give. Could there really be a God who gives rather than takes, who offers water that will quench her innermost thirst? The heartwarming sequel to award-winner A Sweetness to the Soul, Love to Water My Soul is a story of God's faithfulness and provision of spiritual direction who meets our needs in His perfect timing.