Jean Evergreen creates dark romances that deviate substantially from typical formula themes. She likes writing allegories where the romance is only the surface story. As such, whatever the story seems to be about, its underlying message is something entirely different. Her characters are complicated with common themes centering around sin, penitence, and redemption. Consequently, all of her characters are exceedingly flawed, but also redeemable. Can you guess The Philistine Heart series allegory?