Laughter came easily to Piper, Mitch noticed, despite the deep well of dark emation that he had glimpsed behind that pretty face earlier. A quick smile and and impish sence of humor were second nature to Piper Wynne, but they did not diguise her pain...
Piper is running from her family in guilt. The guy she met on the airplane is going to solve the mystery.
Mitch Sayer and Piper Wynne meet on a plane and he later finds a crumpled letter on the plane's floor which affects him to the degree that he feels he must find out who wrote it. He later discovers that he and Piper share the same city and work near each other, so this leads to a few dates for them both. Piper is running from her past and a mistake she can't forgive herself for, and Mitch's growing attraction to her causes her to feel threatened.
I liked Mitch as a character, but Piper behaved, for the most part, like an idiot. There's feeling guilty for what you did, and then there's 'I don't deserve to live' level drama. Piper's behavior is grossly unrealistic and downright silly at times. There are some decent supporting characters, including a married couple who befriend Piper. However, Piper's family includes kids named "Thai" and "Asia" (really?). It's not a truly bad book, but it's a mediocre romance at best.
Love's Healing Touch
While hurrying to catch a plane, widowed lawyer Mitch Sayer finds a single page from a handwritten letter, a letter offering forgiveness to an unknown recipient. But thoughts of its possible owner flee his mind when he meets his attractive seatmate, Piper Wynne.
Guilt has driven Piper from her family, and her new job as an insurance investigator offers the prospect of starting over. Mitch's discovery of her letter and his quest for its addressee make it difficult to continue to hid her past, especially as their new friendship deepens. Will Mitch's love for Piper truly heal her heart?