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Poor choices made by Cheryl and her late father have left her in the middle of a drug enforcement investigation. Not fully recovered from the loss of her father, fiance, and unborn child, Cheryl has no one left to live for. Yet in a world of ugliness and suffering appears Eric Conners, who asks for nothing and simply offers friendship and the hope of a God who forgives. Eric wants to help Cheryl in her recovery, but he doesn't plan to lose his heart to her sorrowful eyes. He draws his protective arms around her, but not close enough to keep her from being abducted. In the darkest of night, surrounded by drug runners who threaten her life, will Cheryl turn to the dawn of a new life before it is too late?
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