Peyton MacGruder’s newspaper column, The Heart Healer, is not doing well, and she is given two weeks to gain more readership. When she is given a note alleged to be from the remains of the Tampa plane crash, her column has a good prospect of becoming more popular. But will the memories they dislodge be worth it? Will her organized life fall to pieces . . . or will her heart begin to heal?
This allegorical story is of hope and forgiveness, with a stunning revelation at the end.
There is one part I didn’t care for, when the conniving TV reporter sleeps with a married man, but it’s not very long or very detailed, so I can overlook it, and it does relay the sinfulness of fallen man. Overall, it’s a very interesting and well-done story.