With her Jewish heritage forced into secrecy, Evelyn Sherwood lives a life of anger, bitterness and guilt behind an emotional fortress too thick for human intervention. A widow with a teenaged daughter, Evelyn has resigned herself to a self-inflicted isolation leaving her vulnerable to the sinister voice of the enemy who constantly reinforces her regret and shame. Having repeatedly rejected the prompting of her late husband to turn to the One who could provide the same peace he had found, Evelyn is now forced to live her life knowing it is too late to tell her husband her buried secrets and her reasons for rejecting his God. Come Find Me is a compelling story typifying the lives of those who, like Evelyn, may be struggling with a life void of hope and peace. As the events in Evelyn Sherwood's life unravel, readers are left wondering if they would have done things differently. Would they have been stronger? Would they have dealt with the truth sooner? Perhaps they may even wonder what could be holding them back from enjoying the life of abundance and joy God intends for them to live.