Sometimes you have to go where you’ve been to get where you’re going.
Public relations manager Samantha Dellinger spends her days making stock car drivers shine while keeping her own imperfections well hidden. If only good PR could fix what’s wrong with her soul.
After a scandal threatens the Dellinger racing team, Sam can’t afford to take any more chances. But that’s exactly what their new driver, Nate Thomas wants her to do… take a chance on him. As the two grow closer, the idea seems ever more appealing, but Sam has a secret she can’t risk exposing. Even if Nate could accept her past, Sam isn’t sure she’ll ever be free of it. And when that secret shows up at her door, eager to tempt her back into his arms, will she fall back into old ways, or will she finally confront the past and risk her future for the kind of love she never dreamed existed?
Romans 8: 1-2 (NIV): Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus, because through Christ Jesus the law of the Spirit of life set me free from the law of sin and death.
Love is more powerful than fear… but only if you learn to let go.
Physician Assistant Kate Thomas is just fine with the life she’s carefully constructed in her Tennessee hometown. Things are simple and easy at the free clinic, where the hardest cases she tackles are the flu, strep throat, and the occasional case of high blood pressure. It’s not what she set out to do with her life, but at least it’s safe and predictable.
When a young patient is diagnosed with the same cancer that nearly destroyed Kate’s childhood, Kate learns that safe is nothing more than a house made out of sticks. She flees her career and seeks refuge with her brother, a rookie NASCAR driver whose teammate seems bent on challenging everything she believes.
Ryan Dellinger is arrogant, pushy… and he has the kind of blue eyes that can make a girl forget all of that. He only makes her want to run faster, until a tragedy makes her realize a life under control is a life unlived.
Kate has to make a choice. She can stay confined in her small, safe, carefully controlled world. Or she can risk her future to a devil-may-care NASCAR driver and a God who’ll lead her on a course that’s completely off the map.
Joshua 1:9 (NIV): Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.