Paul Kelly left God behind after a series of events he went through. He really doesn't like the man he works for, but it's good money. He plans to save enough to move back to Georgia and take care of his mother. All that changes when he gets a call about his mother being in the hospital.
Star Youngblood has come a long way in her life. Her childhood had been rotten to the core and she used drugs and alcohol to forget. But now, she's been clean for a year and she has God in her life. She fights her new beliefs when it comes to Mrs. Kelly's son though. She's been her caretaker and knows the son hasn't visited or called much. And now that he is here, she wishes he weren't.
Priscilla Kelly had a dream to visit Ireland for her anniversary, but plans change. Her husband passed away. She's decided to go anyway. Paul refuses to allow her to go...so she takes Star. Circumstances end up with Paul joining them. But it seems whatever could go wrong for Paul...did. I loved this story and it's amazing how often when God is working in our lives, we see it as punishment instead of polishing.
Davis Donnelly has overcome many things to get where he is now. But, before he enters into ministry, he was one small thing to finish. To seal up his past so he can move on to his future, serving Christ.
Joy Donnelly is so busy in life: an ICU nurse, going to school and raising a very active toddler. The last thing she needed in her life was for her past to come knocking...and worse, an accident that has her depending on Davis’s help.
Hank is a very active two- almost three-year-old. His antics had me laughing out loud often throughout the story. Although, there were times that I went through many tissues while reading as well. Another inspirational story that pulled at my emotions.