This love story is aimed at helping readers broaden their thinking about guardian angels and eternal love connections. It describes near-death experiences (NDEs) as well as after-death communications (ADCs) as part of the tale, which is written as an engaging screenplay, set in three acts.
The plot is about a man and a woman, who have a lot in common and are attracted to each other, but their relationship cannot progress because their views of the spirit world are vastly different. One is an atheist who believes that the physical world is all there is. The other knows that departed loved ones live on in the spirit world and watch over those left behind as guardian angels.
Through a harrowing event, they come to the same understanding and plan to build a life of love together. The woman’s children, who are in college, play an important role in trying to protect her from deception. Her late husband’s spirit acts as a guardian angel to his family left behind, preventing them from making major mistakes and guiding them to their eventual happiness.
[Readers unfamiliar with near-death experiences, after-death communications, and departed loved ones as guardian angels, can read my books HEAVEN IS NOT A DISTANT PLACE and ARE ANGELS AND HEAVEN DEPICTED CORRECTLY IN FILMS? on Obooko. Those who enjoy classic romantic films will especially enjoy the latter book.]
ALAN: Have you dated since your husband died?
SERENA: No, I’ve not. I didn’t feel the need to. My children were with me when we all needed each other the most. Then Zoe left for college three years ago. And Jason left a year ago.
ALAN: So you’ve been alone only for a year.
SERENA: Except I don’t feel alone, ever.
ALAN: What do you mean?
SERENA: I feel my husband’s presence.
ALAN: I understand. He’s still in your heart. You must have loved him very much.
SERENA: I did. I still do.
LAN: What a lucky man. To have someone like you love him even after he’s long gone.
SERENA (patiently): He’s not gone. He’s simply in another dimension. He still loves me and the children. And we love him. Love never dies.
ALAN stares at her incredulously.
SERENA: What’s the matter?
ALAN: I don’t mean to offend you, but I didn’t think a physics professor could believe in such things.
SERENA: Believe in what? That love is eternal?
ALAN: Or life for that matter.
SERENA (surprised): You don’t know that we’re all eternal?