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Though a blur in Jillian’s memory, the cost of that drunken night haunts her, yet ex-drug dealer Riley Mathis, now a Christian, remembers it well.
The young fraternity man who coaxed Jillian Coleman upstairs that night is only a blur in her memory. Yet after discovering her pregnancy, she had no other alternative but to get rid of the child. Now she can’t escape the guilt that she aborted her baby. God might forgive her, but she can’t forgive herself. As Woodlyn’s premier gynecologist, she wants to open the Jeremiah House to offer teen girls an abortion alternative, a haven of acceptance and understanding she once longed for. Though the handsome and successful Dr. Jett Camp pursues Jillian with a diamond ring and marriage proposal, he believes the plan is a waste of her skills. More troubling, Jillian’s not sure if he holds to her Christian faith.
Riley Mathis fell into the trap of wanting it all right now. Booze, women, parties. What more could a young college student ask for? But after getting caught for dealing drugs, he spent ten years in prison. When ministry workers from Prison Fellowship visited him in jail, his life changed. Now as a Christian, he’s trying to live according to God’s will. Working as a janitor at night, he attends college by day. Finally he has a chance to earn the degree in accounting which he put on hold all those years before. When he meets Dr. Coleman at the hospital where he works, he recognizes her from the sapphire necklace she wore the night he stole something precious from her. When she confesses the choice she made to abort her baby, Riley can’t tell her he’s the father of her child. The truth would destroy them.