At the point when Rachel Cartwright’s cherished Grandma Rose bites the dust, it leaves an agonizing void in her young life. The torment is exacerbated when Edith, Rachel’s mom, hurls the Bible given to Rachel by Grandma Rose. Youthful Mitchell Little buys the Bible from a thrift store and thus, sets out on an adventure towards an existence of service. Rachel, then again, invests her energy hunting down unqualified affection like she had with Grandma Rose.
All through secondary school and adulthood, Rachel and Mitchell get themselves drawn together by tragedies then isolated by false impressions and insecurities. It takes forty years before they can at last work through the perplexity and interface as perfect partners.