Josie Mitchell is on the run. Her reasons are locked safely away, known only to herself and God. But running from the terrible thing in her past hasn’t helped to purge it from her conscience, for what happened in Sweetwater Gap was nothing short of unforgivable. Even staying away from the family orchard and her father’s funeral didn’t ward off the horrible memory that haunts her with every breath. Now her breaths are numbered by what Josie considers a God-given punishment worthy of her sin --- an illness she chooses to leave untreated.
When her sister, Laurel, becomes pregnant with twins and desperately needs her to help with the orchard, Josie must return to