When Laney Varner’s pastor assigns his congregation to rid themselves of all regrets, Laney doesn’t have to think about it; she knows what her regrets are. In the midst of this, God gives her another person with regrets to help — unfortunately it’s her father’s opponent in the sheriff’s race.
Ty Steele wants an escape from the guilt he feels from his brother’s death, and running for sheriff seems the perfect distraction. But when his opponent’s daughter mysteriously enters his life, he can’t help but wonder if it’s a setup. Will the pastor’s assignment lead to more than letting go of the past?