Denny loved odd years on the farm, when corn fields swallowed his house and made him feel like he was alone on an island. Well, almost alone, as Marge was always there to tell him how wrong he was, about everything. After nearly 60 years of wedded bliss, though, Denny finally figured out how to solve his marital problems. That beautiful corn would be his salvation.
Gabbie wanted nothing more than to see her Grandpa on her fourth birthday, but Mommy said he wasn't feeling well and couldn't make the trip. He did send Gabbie a shiny wand, though, and she was just SURE that it had magical powers. As it turns out, Gabbie was right.
Mark was giddy: not only was tomorrow his wedding day, but it was also Opening Day of the baseball season. To celebrate, he hunkered down with a box of forgotten baseball cards and was taken on a quick journey back to his childhood. He never expected that cardboard gold to afford him a lesson in fate, but that's exactly what he got.
Chandler Rossi once was a hotshot baseball prospect who had the world in front of him ... until the world found out he couldn't hit the curveball. Miserable and desperate, Rossi made a deal that would take him to unbelievable heights and sentence his only son to eternal damnation. Now, with Rossi circling the drain, his boy has a Hell of a story to tell.
Millie was not too thrilled about moving to Indiana when her husband took his new job, at least not until she came across the online listing for the old house. She was drawn in by the haunting image of the stately home, and she knew that the place would change their lives forever. Guided by a young woman who lived more than a century before, Millie and her house did, indeed, become inseparable.
Carrie had never babysat Tommy Hobson before, but she needed gas money and was glad to have the gig. She had hoped for a quiet evening to finish her homework, but little Tommy let her know right off the bat that he was not like other children.
When Jack was alive, he drove Janie crazy with his puttering around the house, and most of all with his baseball cards and the way he roughed up her carpet with his slippers. Since Jack died, though, Janie has been riddled with grief and guilt. Now, with a little help from his lost Grandpa, Janie's four-year old grandson Charlie is ready to help her move on.