Rachel Newman and Dean Shepard find themselves starting over in life as they stare forty rushing towards them. Both new lives are similar, yet they have dramatically different pasts. With her teenagers in tow, the widowed Rachel packed everything they owned, moving her family from Nebraska to Maine. Her hope was that by leaving the darkness of their lives behind them, they could begin again on the rocky shores. Dean finds himself returning to the town and home where he grew up after a horrific event sent him away. He needs forgiveness from so many people but most of all from God. Even as he asks for forgiveness he doesn't feel he deserves it. However, he prays each and every night for just that, though he can't find the strength to ask the same for his son. Will a bond form between these two lost souls or will Dean's past sins keep them apart? Can they help one ather connect to and save their own children from futures just as dark as the pasts these adults are moving on from? A fun quick read that reveals God's grace and forgiveness in even the harshest of times.