“I don’t like having my papers shuffled around by anyone else! I put them where they are for a reason.” Sylvester’s voice softened a bit when he saw the look on Naomi’s face. “My father always kept his desk locked.”
A closed door. A locked desk. A hidden journal. Irregular trips to town. And a man named Sylvester Martin. Who really is this man and what is troubling him? These are questions that Naomi cannot answer, even after years of marriage. Around his heart, Sylvester has built a wall that shuts out his wife—and God.
Riveting and candid, this story is a fresh reminder that the actions of every individual greatly affect others in the family, church, and community.
By the author of God and Uncle Dale.