This is a wonderful read. The author knows how to tell a story. Elizabeth Landis is a woman who has suffered a betrayal at the hands of someone that she loves. "I felt as if I had spent my whole life nibbling a piece of stale white bread in a closet and had missed the banquet table on the other side of the door." She is like a beautiful, untended, neglected garden. Elizabeth must begin to prune the garden of her life and finds a merciful and tender gardener.
Elizabeth's story is like that of a garden left untended for too long, with weeds as bounteous as blossoms and stone walkways buried beneath tangled vines and daffodils. Pruning the garden of her life requires an honesty new to Elizabeth, but offers the promise of mercy. . . and perhaps even a grace to bestow