Barely out of college, Isaac trades the quiet of his family ranch for the excitement of the big city with his dream job at an up-and-coming advertising agency. Until his perfect new world is shattered by bad choices, a pretty girl, a moment?s temptation?and a late night walk that quickly spirals out of control. Reeling with the horror of a mistake that can?t be undone, Isaac struggles to get his soul in order. Can he forgive himself? Can he make things right with God? What about Rebecca? With both their lives desperately upended, and life-changing consequences no matter what they choose, Isaac must face his painful past, finding strength from God to do the right thing . . . and somehow convince Rebecca to do the same. 2020 CPA Book Awards Winner.
This captivating story depicts the real world spiritual and physical consequences of giving in to passions. A great book for teens that helps them imagine how to deal with difficult situations they might face themselves or might be experienced by a friend.
Creative problem solving
Believing in a good future with God
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This story deals with the concept of abortion in which the young woman desires abortion to solve the problem of untimely motherhood.
The young man in this story is trying to protect his child from death through abortion.
This story, without graphic depiction, includes reference to an alcohol influenced "one night stand" involving an unmarried young man and woman.