Jason is not the kind of guy you would want to take home to mom. He’s foul tempered, a bit of a womaniser and has a conscience that has been collecting dust for years. All that is shaken up though, when he unearths a package of carefully preserved love letters and a portrait while diving off the coast of Africa. So many unanswered questions, the letters snag something inside of him. Intrigued despite himself, he begins to unravel the mystery caught up in pages. He finds himself tangled up in the life of a girl he’s never met… a girl who is in desperate trouble.
Couldn’t put it down! Loved reading about places so familiar to me, bringing back lovely childhood memories. The analogy of the crumpled note left an impression. Thank you for writing it! – Christopher Probert
A fun adventure into the supernatural world of hearing God! Really enjoyed it 🙂 – mmmmbooks
A Great read! A refreshing story that will renew your faith in God and a great reminder of what good relationships are based on. I look forward to Dianne’s next book. – J.A. Owenby
Could not put it down. I loved the analogy of the expert dancers. Just a slight change in pressure and she knows what to do. That is where I would like to live in my relationship with God. – Anthea Megaw
From the Back Cover
Jason is not the kind of guy you would want to take home to mom. Foul tempered with a dusty conscience, he’s shaken up by a batch of love letters found in a shipwreck. Intrigued, he begins to unravel the mystery and finds himself tangled up in the life of a girl he’s never met… a girl in desperate trouble.
Two broken lives, bound by fear and pain. Two fathers longing for restoration…
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