This is the second book of a series, and I recommend reading Book 1 first, as you then know the background to the characters and their present challenges. This book continues the story of David and Angela, who are still in the early days of their relationship. The book is written from the viewpoint of David, a sixty-something retired teacher. I liked this different viewpoint as most of the books I read have younger female lead characters. David faces many problems in this book, stemming from the death of his sister when he was only eight years old. He receives help from a psychologist, as well as from his friends in the church who support him practically and through prayer. I felt the author offered a very balanced approach in this respect. This isn't a gently read, but you certainly want to keep reading to find out what happens. Not a typical happy-ever-after romance, which made it more engaging for me. Looking forward to the next book in the series.