Thirtyish widower Micah Jones is ready to move past the sorrow and loneliness of losing his wife, when he discovers the waitress at the truck stop he frequents is in desperate need of saving.
With the supernatural gift of seeing snapshots of others’ most horrible moments, Micah perceives Bonita Carson has a history of tragic experiences, beginning with sexual abuse by her mother’s boyfriend. Hardened by life, she has learned to be street smart and guarded, and she can’t accept the loving God that Micah reveals to her.
When he rescues this cynical young woman from danger and brings her to his Washington home in the foothills, Micah observes that Bonita is wandering through life without any clear direction. Can he ultimately rescue Bonita from herself before it’s too late, or will Bonita choose to leave and continue living a life of hopelessness?
In all of its rawness, Seeing . . . is a contemporary love story that presents redemption as the greatest gift of love.