“When Daryl caught a glimpse of Sarah he smiled and walked toward her until they met face to face. Without hesitation, they embraced intently, like friends wanting more. He pulled her body close to his. She felt his warm embrace; she closed her eyes and wanted more. But the distant sound of children’s laughter brought her back to reality—the reality of why she left and why she came.
Opening her eyes slowly, she moved out of his embrace and away from the gaze of his alluring eyes. The intensity of them penetrated her soul like flame-kindled wood.”
Deborah Patrick unveils the struggle of relationship versus religion:
•Sarah must contend with religion and surrender her fear before she can pursue love.
•Is it possible for Sarah to give into her desire for Daryl while giving her heart to the lover of her soul?
•Will Sarah’s relationship with Jesus survive as she wrestles with her faith?
•Will Sarah be able to fully believe In His Love?