Emily Faith Johnson is no stranger to the dark recesses of loneliness, pain, sorrow, and despair. Her life is marked by unrelenting abuse, from the verbal onslaught of her bitter, alcoholic mother to the physical aggression perpetrated by godless men. She copes as best she knows how—existing in a fog while numbly going through the motions of life. Then, one day, four months before her twenty-first birthday, everything changes when she wakes up in the cab of a tractor trailer, faced with the fear of the unknown, the offer of a man she barely knows, and the promise of a complete stranger. Will she be able to find the courage necessary to attain a better life free from abuse? To trust a man who makes her question everything she knows to be true? To believe in a God whom she knows nothing about? To rise above her past to become the woman she was meant to be?
This second novel in the Surrendered Hearts series is a beautiful story of redeeming love.
Everything that’s happened has happened for a reason. There's no fate or chance. There's only the hand of God and the darkness that's constantly in opposition.
Love in its purest form exists because He loved us first, when we were totally unworthy and completely reprehensible; therefore love should be offered freely asking nothing in return, be evidenced as the main redeeming quality setting Christians apart from all others, and be valued above even life itself.