Join Ryan, Chase and Hunter and their challenges in Clear Creek.
To say that Ryan Maxwell has woman troubles is an understatement. He has women ruining his life at every turn. His two older sisters are trying to control his life. His energetic niece is too much for him to handle. A local woman wants to marry him. And yet another woman is trying to destroy his business.
And all Ryan wants to do is to be left alone, run his cafe, fish, hunt, and play poker with his bachelor buddies one night a week. Is that too much to ask?
Candy O'Reilly just wants to start a new life away from relatives who are interfering and controlling her whole life. Will a move 350 miles away be the right thing? Will her children be able to adjust from city life to small town life? Will Candy be able to realize her dream of owning a pastry and specialty coffee shop? Will the house she bought be the right one instead of a nightmare?
Two men just released from prison want the money they say is hidden in Candy's house. A spurned woman starts rumors that cause Candy to lose business and even think about moving back to the city.
If these two who are so drastically different come together, can they help each other through a tragedy which threatens them from an unexpected source? How will God work in the lives of these two and their families in Clear Creek.
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Chase Devereaux turned away from God when he lost his wife to cancer two years ago. Now he's trying to be both father and mother to his teenage sons.
Tiffany Cameron was married but her husband ran off with another teacher ten years ago. Now she only has her cat Garfield who not only rules the house but Tiffany too.
Chase seems to come out of his fog and notice Tiffany. But how can he do anything about it since he's her boss? One of his teachers has accused him of sexual harassment. With that charge looming over him, he turns to his best friends Hunter and Ryan for advice and support.
Tiffany finally realizes that she is attracted to her principal but she doesn't know what to do about it. Then her mother is diagnosed with breast cancer. Tiffany turns to her best friends Sabrina and Candy who comfort and encourage her with their prayers.
Everything else goes on hold as murders begin to happen in this peaceful little town and Tiffany suddenly becomes the prime suspect.
Is their faith in God strong enough to bring Chase and Tiffany together among all the chaos and keep each other safe in the process? Can Chase ever return to the man he was before?
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As police chief of Clear Creek, Hunter Billingsley hasn't had much of a family or social life since his wife divorced him fifteen years ago and moved to another state, taking their baby girl with her.
Hunter would like revenge against his ex-wife for making his sixteen-year-old daughter think he is a mean person who doesn't want her around him. On top of that, Karrie is involved with a group of kids who are getting her into trouble. How can he help her from so far away?
His life is turned upside down when Karrie hitchhikes almost three hundred miles to be with him but doesn't really want to be with him. Then, as if that wasn't enough, someone is out to kill him.
Between her job as head librarian at Clear Creek Public Library, and restoring 1965 Mustangs with her dad, Sabrina Elliott stays too busy to have a social life. In fact, she's forty-one and never been married.
Sabrina's life is changed when Hunter's daughter comes to her at the library instead of to her father. She quickly realizes that Karrie is afraid of her father. What has caused her mistrust of all people and why did she run away? Can Sabrina encourage a relationship between a father and daughter who have been virtual strangers for fifteen years?
All three of them must come together to free themselves of the danger from more than one direction. But can they all come together to form a family? Will they each let God work in their lives to help them to overcome fear, revenge, and loneliness?
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