If you think your house is safe, this suspense novel will make you think twice about the sanctity of your own home. Although it is fiction, this story is based on true events that have happened to some and can happen to anyone.
Jesse Kane, an assistant pastor, and his wife, Jennifer, return to the United States from a successful mission trip. They travel to Jennifer's parents' home in Tennessee to pick up their two children. When they arrive, suspicious signs in their email indicate that someone has been trying to steal their identity. They rush home to Virginia to find out what is going on. Along the way, they get a disturbing phone call from a neighbor.
Someone has broken into the Kanes' million dollar home.
It was not a typical, run-of-the-mill burglary. Most burglars break-in, steal and leave quickly, but these two intruders had no intention of leaving. They planned to stay. And stay for a while.
The police were legally unable to help. The intruders seem to have the law on their side.
The Kanes' faith is tested when these squatters refuse to relinquish their possession of the Kane house. The Kanes' effort to reclaim their home exposes them to the hard realities and deficiencies of the legal system in America. It tests their marriage when Jesse stops at nothing to get their home and their lives back, including a risky attempt to uncover a mysterious organization that may be helping the squatters. Their relationship with their friends and their children are at risk. Their ordeal forces them to realize that their once-sound faith may not be as durable as they thought. And every person in this story will be changed forever; some for better, and others for worse.
Will the Kanes lose everything before they understand what truly matters?