Thanks to her domineering, perfectionistic family, Kassia Dahl has feelings of inferiority. Since their workaholic streak is clothed in religion, Kassia figures God must be as disappointed with her as her parents are.
Teague Boswell is intrigued by Kassia’s beauty but disturbed by her animosity toward God. She seems to have a working knowledge of the faith — yet something in her past causes Kassia to shut God out. Teague knows he can’t give his life to a woman who doesn’t share his faith, but he can’t shake the feeling that God brought them together for a purpose. Can Teague help Kassia find the truth about her loving, accepting heavenly Father — and in turn find love?