Life is pointless. And if there's a God, He's asleep on the job. Brandon Jones didn't know what he expected from the homeless man he met on the way out of town. Certainly not the angry words that haunted him. But then, nothing happened the way he expected. Not his promising career, not his engagement to the "perfect" woman. All his certainty that God had plans for him, that he was meant to do something important--something significant--had amounted to a big fat zero. And now, here he was, thirty years old, no job, no fiancee. Living with his parents. Maybe the homeless guy was right. Then again----maybe not. Maybe Brandon has returned to Seaport for a reason. To face down a brewing disaster, steeped in hate crimes and danger. To survive against all odds. To learn, once and for all, that "many are the plans in a man's heart, but it is the Lord's purpose that prevails."
This book is a great conclusion to this series. We become acquainted with the fourth member of this family and the difficulties in his life. I'm sorry to say good-bye to this family, However, this character appears in another one of her books. I do recommend that you read the previous books in the series. Even though this is a stand-alone book, it's much more enjoyable if you've read the previous ones as there are vague references to things in the previous books.