To Trust Again
Estimated release, 2018.
What if saying yes to love means trusting the kind of man you said you’d never marry? What if pursuing a woman’s heart means facing and restoring a painful past?
When two crisis-driven careers collide, who will be the first to answer the call to love?
A fiercely independent woman must choose between a lucrative job offer or staying in her hometown to help save her mother’s faltering ministry. Even if it means falling in love with the kind of man she said she’d never marry. Why risk being Laurelton’s next cop widow?
Read An Excerpt
Tracy Cassidy, a self-reliant ER nurse, finds herself pregnant and unmarried. When the father of her baby offers to marry her she refuses and, instead, pursues her dream job in another city. It’ll mean leaving her widowed mother, friends, and family. Because how hard could it be to do life alone?
Tom DeLaney, a hyper-vigilant cop and new hire from Texas, is wearied by years of failed rescue attempts to save his marriage to Deborah. So much for thinking she’d be nothing like Mom. Months after her moves from San Antonio, Texas to the sleepy town of Laurelton, North Carolina, he hadn’t expected to fall for Tracy while she pays him to paint her house. But when Tom’s adolescent son Stephen is diagnosed with Diabetes Tom may have to put career advancement on hold to care for him. And maybe even risk loving another woman with keep-out issues.
Fears related to the death of Tracy’s cop father and Tom’s inability to forgive the past threaten to sabotage any chance at love. But following Tracy’s premature birth and Tom’s near-fatal shooting they wonder if love can conquer their fear of saying yes to each other, to God. No matter the cost.