Teaser for the top of the back cover:
Sometimes for dreams to come true, you need to let go.
Back cover copy:
From an early age Diane Simmons was trained by her parents in the art of
seduction, but she hates that about herself and wants to be loved for
who she is, not what she looks like. Outwardly she appears to have
everything a woman could want. She's a successful attorney with a
perfect figure, yet she’s miserable and alone and often attracted to the
wrong men. She longs for a husband and a family of her own, but men lie
to her. She’s mystified, wondering why she can’t find true love when it
seems like she’s doing everything right. After using fashion magazines
and romance novels as guides for finding true love and continually
failing, Diane gives up on romance after being lied to by yet another
boyfriend. She finally realizes the world’s view of love is totally
unrealistic and distorted. She wants to find a better way, but she has
no clue where to look.
Dave Passel can never father a biological child. He loves his foster son
deeply, as he would his own flesh and blood. Then something goes
terribly wrong with the adoption before the final court date, and the
State tries to reunite the child with the birth mother he's never known.
Dave becomes desperate when the new caseworker accuses Dave of
sabotaging visits with the birth mother and making his foster son sick
to subvert the case plan. Dave, however, discovers that he has the legal
right to a hearing before his foster son can be removed from his home.
He hires Diane to fight for him in court. Despite his bad experiences
with women—including his deceased wife—Dave must trust Diane as she
advocates for his son. He clings to his belief in God’s sovereignty. If
only he didn't struggle so much with letting go.