Nothing ever goes as planned.
When nineteen-year-old Mandy Shepherd's perfect plan is sidelined, she doesn't expect to run into the kind of trouble that Brandon Taylor creates. The plan was to take time off to work as a housekeeper so that she could make money for college. It wasn't to meet someone like him. Brandon is the owner's arrogant son, and everything about him goes against her Christian values. So why does her interest in him seem to extend way beyond the desire to witness?
Everything about Mandy makes Brandon desire her, but she keeps telling him no. New to rejection, Brandon thinks that she must be playing some kind of game. But time and again, she holds to her conviction, and Brandon begins to wonder what he is missing and what it is about Mandy that makes him feel like she holds the key to filling the strange emptiness he's felt but pushed down for so long?
As these two fight desire and conviction, can they learn to listen to each other and to the voice that is calling to them both? And what will they do when others try to tear them apart?