He wants to correct the past by doing for her what he was unable to do for his sister.
When Jenna Marquez dances her way back to Max Owens’ life, her presence triggers memories of his secret past. Pressured by his new position as youth pastor of their church, Jenna’s vulnerability as she deals with her father’s sickness awakens in him a protectiveness for her that he had only ever felt for one other person in his life. Will his care and conviction draw her to him or push her away?
She wants nothing to do with religion, but this pastor makes her want to believe in True Love.
After Max discovers her passed out in somebody else’s front lawn, he awakens a yearning in her to believe that love may not be safe, but if it exists, it is worth pursuing. He coaxes her to return to her childhood home to look after her father, and somehow, makes her want love even if she can’t see herself falling for him. Will she remain blind to their chemistry or will she free fall—like she does with her aerial hoops—and find herself caught by the arms of Love?