Trevor is grieving over the loss of his wife and dealing with being a single father. Cassidy has been holding on to a mistake in her past that is hindering her present. The two people come together and explore love, forgiveness and healing and growing as both individuals and as a couple in Christ. This book really touched me and I loved the story. However, the reason I don't rate it higher is because I think the author had too many unnecessary characters. There were so many characters introduced that it actually took away from the story. I found myself skimming through parts that added nothing to the overall story. I also feel that the book itself could've been a bit shorter, too. The message is very powerful, but some of its power gets lost in all of the unnecessary characters and details. Still, I enjoyed the parts I didn't skim through.