How can love letters from a World War I correspondence still be relevant?
After abruptly leaving college, Samantha Schuyler sets out to find an answer on her sojourn to Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Finishing a tour in Iraq, Coastie Kyle Kincaid settles into civilian life. While touring the art district, Sam stops at a quaint coffeehouse and encounters Kyle Kincaid. Integrous, Kyle is determined to earn her trust. Vulnerable, Sam is determined to keep her darkest secret hidden until love’s tenderness softens her resolve.
Inspired by Sam rekindling her passion for art, Kyle renews his passion for politics. While Kyle gets closer to realizing his dream, Sam faces her worst nightmare, returning to the place she fears most. In a cruel twist of fate, Kyle finds himself torn between the life he leads and a life without Sam.
Shattered dreams and broken trust are the obstacles on the path to forgiveness. If romance is a buoy, then redemption is an anchor. The words that have the power to trade yesterday’s hurt for tomorrow’s hope can be found in unexpected places. Through God’s grace and mercy, life can surprise us with the rarest of blues.