Ann Fletcher is returning to Charleston to see her sister, Sarah, recieve her degree. This is her first trip since her grandmother's passing, several years ago. On the plane, she meets Patrick Stinson, a developer, who offers her an opportunity to work for him, staging his condos for the market.
Shortly after her arrival, Sarah and Ann are in an accident, when a drunk driver runs a light, and strikes Sarah's car. Ann is only shaken up and bruised, but Sarah is badly injured, and Ann jumps in the ambulance with her, to ride to the hospital. Sarah starts humming a very haunting melody, and shortly after arriving at the hospital, Ann is told that Sarah passed away.
Sarah's friends, Ethan, his cousin, Tammy, and Keith, who is Tammy's son with Downs Syndrom, help Ann through the funeral, and taking care of the necessary business associated with Sarah's death. After the funeral, she decides to put the house on the market, and go back to NYC and pick up her life, never to return to Charleston, but she keeps getting drawn back. And Keith keeps sending her drawings that he tells her are the angels he sees near her, to help her.
A very good book, one that I would recommend to anyone. Well written, and it makes you think.
Thomas Nelson Publishing
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