Chris and Serena Davis held hands as they walked toward the portal, leaving the twisted wreck of their car-and their bodies-behind. Then they parted. Chris walks into the presence of God and an endless existence of love and contentment. Serena is tossed into the depths of Hell where she faces an eternal life of pain and hopelessness.
Through God's mercy, those who dwell in Heaven have no recollection of loved ones in Hell- except Chris. He could not, would not, let her go, even though he realized that his loving wife had been given an eternal life sentence in Hell. Serena remembers Chris as well. In fact, it is part of Hell to remember and long for loved ones. What Serena sees and experiences in Hell makes her yearn for the love of her husband-and for the God she didn't accept.
But there is hope-a faint hope that Chris and Serena can be together again. Serena's fate is in Chris's hands. Can he bridge the chasm that separates their realms before she is lost forever to satan and the sea of fire? Can true love change the eternal plan of God? Can a man step into the depths of hell and save his beloved?