Emma Brody’s face was once worthy of the runway. But now it’s ravaged by scars—constant reminders of the life she once lived and the mistakes she once made. Emma has steeled into the quiet life of a potter, hoping to mold a new life for herself. Yet she’s still fleeing from all that she lost.
The photograph in Luke Connor’s truck is growing wrinkled andfaded. But the memories of his wife and sons are vivid as ever, and so is the pain he felt after the accident that stole them away. After two years, he is still not fully healed; but with the help of his psychologists and a renewed faith in God, he’s making progress.
After a chance encounter reunites these childhood friends, they begin to move forward together. But in the fact of guilt, bitterness, and tragic loss, is friendship alone enough to bring healing?