Once an awkward girl of Hebron who seemed to follow trouble, Acsah blossoms into a beautiful, sought after woman of God. Amidst the turmoil of work and war, Acsah finds herself struggling between following her heart and trusting the guidance of both her earthly and heavenly Father. She must trust the armies of Judah under the Patriarch, Caleb, to protect herself and those she holds dear.
After losing his father in a tragic animal attack, Othniel has felt the weight of war and duty more heavily than most his age. His growing attraction to Acsah is a confusing distraction from his plans as Captain, yet he finds himself unable to turn his thoughts and heart from her.
When Acsah's father decrees that whoever can take the city of Debir will be her husband, their doubts and fears threaten to overwhelm. Will Othniel prove his worth by taking the city of Debir and thus, Acsah's hand in marriage?