This book is an ok book. I like when the characters have a little more time and interaction together. What do they really know of each other in order to fall in love? The spiritual part is good enough however.
While hunting for a meager dinner, Melissa Malcolm stumbles across a half-dead man. He can't remember who he is or how he came to have a bullet in his shoulder. She begins to learn about the love of Jesus Christ from this mild mannered stranger.