In this holiday story spanning two generations everyone has their own definition of love. Cari thinks of love as romance, and working side by side for shared goals and common ideals. Jane Fairfield believes the world is well lost for love. Each of them has held true love in their hearts, and thrown it away.
Interwoven with the Easter theme of Christ’s supreme sacrifice for love, the stories of these four people unfold. Did love and sacrifice survive from then until now? Was this concept more meaningful in 1942 than in 1999? [from publisher's web site]