Married only a year, Grace worries about her marriage. She loves Billy passionately but doesn't feel worthy of him. When Billy decides to use his experience as a Great War flying ace to start an air-taxi business, Grace fears any additional success of his will only highlight her own perceived incompetence. Why should a war hero love a woman who can't cook? She's terrified of mice – to say nothing of flying in an airplane. When tragedy strikes Billy and Grace, she reveals a childhood secret that she believes proves how unworthy and unlovable she is. Will Grace learn to accept her husband's love and belief in her? Or will her inability to accept God's grace forever shadow their relationship?