In 2002, Maggie Gustafson goes crashing into a crisis point of a life gone terribly wrong. In an attempt to find redemption by looking for love in a wrong place, she ends up crashing on the freeway, and then she crashes into her formative years. Her hidden collection of letters, describing the events that molded her into the depressed middle-aged woman that she is, is found by her sister June. Maggie had never intended to send the letters to the man addressed on the envelopes, but they end up in the hands of her former psychologist, Dr. Gabriel Michaels. Before even reading the first letter, he sets off on a journey into Maggie's past that he's desperate to escape from. With the help of his fellow psychologist and wife, Katherine, they get through that journey and are with her when Maggie is presented with a choice, whether or not to go on with her present life or give it all up as a five-year-old girl who's still truly happy and in love with herself. This fictional novel is based on six letters I've written. In spite of the letters not being positive, the ending is positive, and it's a story about true redemption, as well as a love story between a husband and his wife. The genre of this novel is for women and people attracted to the spiritual side of life, but it's not denominational in any way.