On all accounts, Amber Belcourt and Thomas Hightower share a strong, healthy relationship. To most people, the two of them seem like an unlikely pair. Thomas, being a well-known defense attorney, likes the finer things in life. He works hard for his money and enjoys spending it. Amber, on the other hand, doesn't put much care into what she has or doesn't have. For her, life is about the experiences and who you share them with. It is these differences that the two find most attractive in one another. And though their relationship isn't perfect all the time, neither one of them can imagine living their lives without each other. There is only one problem threatening to get in the way of these two and their happily ever after. Amber is a Christian, and Thomas is not. Amber knows she is walking a fine thread just allowing herself to be in love with Thomas, let alone to be living with him in his home unmarried. She struggles with feeling the need to share the Gospel with the man that she wants to spend forever with and not wanting to annoy him to the point of losing him forever. And it appears to Amber that what she has feared all along is about to become reality. Faced with a difficult choice with no other option, Amber does the only thing that she feels she is any good at-Amber runs away. But was that God's plan for her all along?