Due to her severe facial scars, Jill Whelan lives an isolated life in the San Juan Islands. Bearing heavy emotional scars after the death of his wife, Keith Michaels has been traveling for over a year, driving from state to state, trying to sort out what he will do with the rest of his life. During a heavy rainstorm, he ends up renting a cabin from Jill. The two connect while a young boy becomes part of their life in Irene Hannon's Rainbow's End (4.5), which has powerful, compelling messages throughout.
Reviewed by: 
Robin Taylor