Reconciliations can occur. Broken hearts can be mended. If you believe... For the past year, twenty-something radio producer Trina Gray has been focusing on her career and trying to forget that her once idyllic marriage is soon coming to a heartbreaking end. Almost a year ago to the day, Trina caught her husband, Walt, kissing her sister in her mother's kitchen under the mistletoe.
But it's Christmas time again, and Trina feels the familial pressure to return to the nest for the annual holiday celebrations. It's only for a week. Surely she can tolerate being in the same house with her sister for that long. What she doesn't bargain for, though, is that her mother has invited Walt to stay with the family for the holiday season, as well. Walt's presence sends Trina running to her old friend, Mim's, bed and breakfast, where she runs into her high school boyfriend, Kurt. Trina quickly realizes the attraction is still strong between them, and the temptation to be with him is stronger still, even if he is only looking for a one-night stand. But, as Trina discovers, Walt's not willing to give up without a fight this time.
Will Trina and Kurt rekindle their juvenile romance? Or will she repair her relationship with Walt? Who can she believe in?
Mishael Austin Witty’s writing brings you through the tensest, messiest human emotions and situations into the most satisfying, realistic conclusions. It shows what God can do in anyone’s life, if they let Him. He takes the worst parts of us and turns them into something amazing. There’s real hope and healing in the message, and it’s something that needs to be shared with the world.