Takes a lot of prayer to move on after a spouses untimely death and huge heart to raise a child thats not your own.
Madison and Wes Reed appear to have it all; successful media careers, a custom built lavish home, and the lifestyle of the rich and famous. But there are cracks in the carefully constructed facade that are threatening to crumble to pieces. After a devastating miscarriage, Madison has becomes withdrawn from her husband, and Wes, unable to express his feelings, becomes equally inaccessible to his wife. When tragedy strikes, secrets, lies, and deceit are discovered. Madison hardly has enough time to grieve for her husband when she is confronted with the evidence of Wes's most deceitful deeds.
Madison is comforted by Zachary Holman, Wes's friend, and a successful homebuilder. He forces Madison to face her fears and impels her to look within herself to be the compassionate, loving woman that he knows she is. Meanwhile Madison feels compelled to keep up the masquerade of the grieving, devastated widow but because she is in the public eye, wolves in sheep's clothing are constantly looking for dirt. Madison also has to contend with Wes's parents, a self absorbed couple, who value class and economics above everything else to the extent they are also carrying around demons that lies and secrets have created.