Jack Walters faces the biggest challenge of his life, for he knows Max Carron is innocent of the crime for which he sentenced him. Max is also responsible for saving the life of Kaye McDonald, a beloved neighbor and friend of the Walters family, and the intended victim of a serial killer.
The media is in hot pursuit of Max and Kaye after the brutal attack. Journalists seek to meet the man responsible for rescuing this high-profile executive, but Max, critically injured, wishes his identity kept secret, allowing him time to recover and marry Kaye.
The happy couple, however, is oblivious to the negative consequences of Max's criminal conviction--a hindrance Jack is unwilling to overlook. If their marriage is to succeed, the conviction must be overturned. But how?
Equally problematic is Max's possible ties to the mob. His failure to return home following his release from prison causes ripples of concern and speculation through his family. An edict has been issued: find Max, at all costs
Can these entangled relationships be reconciled and faith prevail? It will take a miracle.
Sheilah Fletch, a retired ordained minister, resides in Ontario with her husband. Reconciled is the sequel to her first novel, Forgiven. The themes of prayer, scripture, and the Holy Spirit weave in and out of the story's fabric, just like the author experiences in real life. Fletch envisions faith-based novels as modern-day parables, earthly stories containing heavenly truths and crafted to stimulate the imagination and widen our spiritual horizons. Her two novels provide fun opportunities for Christians to discuss their beliefs both with each other and non-Christians alike.