Elizabeth Tenner and her brothers, Bryce, Mitch, and Danny, have special traditions and other family favorites that keep them close despite the instability of their past: a substance-abusing mother, a mostly absent father, and a fatal car wreck that took the lives of their loving grandparents. Elizabeth is 26 years old when her brothers present her with a gift: peace and quiet in the form of a two-week solo vacation to the coast of North Carolina. While there, Elizabeth is intrigued by Nathan Monroe, a man who challenges her in all things faith- and family- related. Elizabeth can’t figure out why, but she feels compelled to share pieces of her story with Nathan, leading the pair into a deeper bond than Elizabeth could have ever expected. Nathan and the Tenners have big obstacles ahead: Can Elizabeth and Nathan’s relationship sustain the distance and their different beliefs? Will her brothers rely on their own faith to see them through an uncertain situation? Will Elizabeth ask God for help, or will her continual resistance keep her from experiencing God’s promise of a foundational, unending sense of peace?