Becoming Mrs. Lewis is based on the true life love story of Christian author C.S. Lewis and American writer Joy Davidman. What began in the early 1950s as a pen pal relationship to discuss their shared Christian faith, became a deep friendship after Joy traveled to England to visit C.S. Lewis (Jack) and his brother Warren (Warnie). A few years later, when Joy was faced with having to start a new life for herself, she decided to move to England. Joy continued to write, often collaborating with Jack, Warnie and others, and eventually Joy and Jack were married. Told from Joy's perspective, their story is bittersweet throughout, but the depth of the love between Jack and Joy makes this book a feel-good read.