Diane Tyler wants a life without men¬—being single suits her just fine. The problem is, she is unhappy, and her life holds no meaning.
What Diane never imagined was meeting a man like Fabien Reynolds. He is gorgeous and more appealing than a man has the right to be, but to her, he is off-limits. She knows her past will catch up with her, and she can’t go through that pain again.
Fabien has wanted Diane for two years, and they have unfinished business.
He knows it’s love—he wants her in his life and is not going to let her push him away. Although he is aware she is hiding something, and he is determined to find out what it is.
Shauna Roberts is at a place in her life where she needs more. She has a deep yearning for a child and prays that God will bless her with the gift of a life, but with the end to her marriage, she isn’t sure that will be a possibility now.
On a dark, stormy night, Brandon James comes into her life, a man who is mysterious and sends her emotions out of control.
Brandon isn’t prepared for Shauna. He is a man of control, organised, everything planned ahead of time, and Shauna is a very pleasant distraction—nothing else. He has no time or inclination for a woman in his life, and as long as Shauna accepts that, there will be no problem. So why can’t he stop thinking of her? Why does it feel as if his disciplined, orderly lifestyle is about to become undone, never to be the same again?
When Dillon Mansfield’s attention is captured by an unknown woman hastily making her way through the departures hall of London’s busy airport, he asks himself, what is God’s purpose here?
Natalia Beaumont is totally oblivious of him, so unaware of God’s divine intervention that tests their faith. Was it the end? So soon after they had met?
They are questions that become apparent as fate’s hand makes a shift.
A moment in time, draws them together, and heaven exposes truths that change Natalia’s outlook of life.
Can she be a new person and fulfil the purpose that is revealed to her?
Will Dillon understand the path they must take to get there?
“I am yours, and you are mine...” It has always been that way between them, from the very first moment of love.
Kyle Howard finds the ultimate true love and marries Faye. She is his world, she is his all—his everything. He is truly blessed.
But their marriage has come to a crossroads, she makes promises that she never fulfils, leaving him disillusioned as they both want different things.
Faye is stubborn, and so is he. He wants a family, and Kyle thinks she wants a career. They need to talk, there is something she needs to reveal, but she is afraid and she doesn’t know how to tell him. So decides it is easier to leave, not having to face his rejection.
But soon they discover that their wants—never mind their needs—are the least of the challenges that lie ahead for them.