Jasmin struggles to overcome tumultuous storms filled with seasons of bitterness, death, sickness, disappointment, and heartache. She is consumed by an unexplainable, unidentifiable emptiness from wanting to have a mom and dad like her friends and longing to be under the same roof as her brothers. All of Jasmin’s friends had moms to shop with and dads who were their heroes and biggest fans. What made her different? Why did God single her out? Maybe her psychologist was right and she needed to read the diaries her brothers kept, locking away family secrets. All she had to do was unlock the diaries, and read. Could acquainting herself with the past be a good thing? Would she find herself? Her psychologist thought she should read the diaries in his presence and that she was a fragile egg about to crack. She was not. She knew her own strength. She could do this, and she could do it alone. She was not a little girl anymore. When no one was looking, she turned into a bright, strong, mature, independent woman. She wonders if the void in her heart would be the same if her parents had lived. Is the death of her parents the only missing link? One person can help her. Can she trust him? Will she forego the bitterness she clings to, or will she protect herself behind her thick, secure, Jericho walls?