When Brian Bradford meets both the devil and God in the same week, it is just the beginning of an adventure for he and his daughter. Brian Bradford, a writer and widower, wonders what is happening when his teen-age daughter seems to be undergoing a strange transformation, a transformation that seems to be turning her into one of God's winged servants. In the process, Brian finds out who he really is, why this is happening to her, and what he is supposed to do with the rest of his life. In the end, Brian learns that if you truly love someone, you have to let them go.
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A widowed man and writer named Brian Bradford is wondering why his teen-age daughter is complaining why she is feeling light headed and weak...and why there are two small bumps growing on her back. So begins an adventure that will change the lives of both of them forever. Along the way, Brian meets both God and the devil, finding out who he really is and why this is happening to his daughter. In the end, Brian finds out that if you truly love someone, maybe to only thing you can truly do is let them go.
Brian worriedly marched to Wendy’s room and saw her sitting on the side of the bed with a mildly irritated look on her face.
“Hey, honey. What’s wrong?” Brian asked as he sat down beside her. “I thought you were feeling better.”
“I thought I was too. I’m still tired, but not as bad as I’ve been feeling. My back hurts, though.”
“It does? Is it the bumps?”
“I think so. Only my upper back hurts.”
“Let me take a look,” he said as she moved over a little and he raised her shirt so he could see the bumps. “Well, they look the same as yesterday. I was hoping that lotion that we picked up at the pharmacy would help, but maybe it’s too much to expect something to happen practically overnight. How does this feel?” he said as he gently massaged one of the bumps.
“Ow. It feels worse than it did yesterday.”
“Well, the skin feels a little bit tenderer than it did yesterday, so maybe it’s helping a bit. At least it’s not as rough as it was and I would think that would be a good thing. Do you feel like going to school or staying home?”
“Well, I was hoping to get back today before the weekend, but I don’t know. If I’m going to feel like this all day, I don’t want to do it sitting behind a desk.”
“Can’t say I blame you,” he grinned. “Tell you what, stay home today, enjoy the weekend, get well, and, on Monday, you can go back to school. Sound good?”
“I guess so,” she said with the same look on her face. It may have been just his overly-protective fatherly intuition, but he suspected she was more upset about not seeing her boyfriend than missing school. And if that was the case, he was even more in favor of her staying home.