Elizabeth doesn't think she needs to be in a thirty-day rehab facility. Just because she has a drink or two, has five dead house plants, and has showed up to work on Sunday instead of Monday, it doesn't mean she has a problem. But after taking twenty-seven sleeping pills and calling 911, the decision isn't hers anymore. In a daily group therapy in Safe Haven, Elizabeth learns to deal with the tragic loss that has shattered her world. Helped and encouraged by a variety of troubled souls like herself, Elizabeth sees how their shared lives lighten their pain. In her dreams at night, Elizabeth encounters God, Jesus, and the blessed Spirit but just not as she has ever imagined them to be. Each of the Trinity seeks to help Elizabeth on her road to recovery. Each helps her face reality, battle her anger, and learn to forgive and trust again during their nightly adventures at the beach, riding the tandem bike, or while building a tree house. Could talking with her group during the day, and talking with God each night, really help Elizabeth get her life back on track?