How can she forgive a man she isn't sure she ever knew?
Melissa Bainbridge doesn't have time to grieve. She has three kids to feed, bills stacked high enough to crush her, and guilt--oh so much guilt.
When her husband's death is ruled a suicide, her financial stability and identity die with the man she now wonders if she ever knew. How could he choose to leave them like this? How could she have lived with him for 15 years and not known of his fragile mental health?
A journey of discovery reveals more questions than answers until Melissa finally faces her fears and tries to understand the mind of the man she thought she knew and never did.
The journey from despair to hope leads Melissa beyond grief and into the light of forgiveness in Providence.
I stayed up way too late last night reading Illusions. I couldn't stop. I was drawn to everything about this book. The characters and the humanness they revealed, the spiritual struggles that many of us can relate to, and the beautifully written text.