Night Has Fallen
Serving in the LDS Church has been a way of life for nineteen-year-old Felicity Everstone and her family for generations. When her father is called as president of the North Atlanta Georgia Mission, she jumps at the opportunity to serve alongside her parents, and while there, meets a guy who sweeps her off her feet. But shortly after her arrival, she is unexpectedly sent home to Idaho to care for her young nephew through the rest of her sister-in-law’s difficult pregnancy. Felicity’s disappointment is then compounded when the friend she has been teaching the gospel to no longer wants to continue down that path, and everything that once brought light and joy into her life nearly flickers out. Until she meets her good-looking neighbor, Erik Cannon.
Erik Cannon has already lost the love of his life. Now, as a young, successful businessman, making money seems to be his God-given talent, but he can no longer ignore the emptiness he feels inside. He needs to find purpose and meaning in his life once again. When his best friend’s sister comes to help her family through a crisis, Erik’s heart is reawakened. He senses this might be a second chance at love, and that he and Felicity might be able to build a beautiful life together—but then her old boyfriend comes back into the picture.
When darkness settles over Erik and Felicity’s path, will their emerging love be enough to light the way?