Psalm 103:12 says "as far as the east is from the west, so far has he removed our transgressions from us." That verse is the theme of this book. It doesn't matter where you have been or what you have done, if you turn to Jesus and repent of your sins you are forgiven. It is that simple. In that God has forgiven you, then you must go and ask forgiveness to those you have hurt and in return accept forgiveness when offered to you.
This story picks up right after Kim Cash Tate's other book Faithful, and we continue the story of Cyd, Dana, Stephanie, Cedric and Lindell but more importantly we hear the story of Kelli London and Heather Anderson. Heather Anderson we met back in Faithful as the women who had an affair with Dana's husband, she has now found herself completely broken, after a one-night stand, and ready for God's forgiveness. Everything she has planned has begun to change and she is needing guidance. Will she receive the forgiveness she needs from Dana? Will she find the path that God has planned for her? She has alot of healing, growing and forgiving to do...but in the end she will find that she is Cherished and God has a plan for her.
Kelli London showed up at the end of Faithful for her brothers wedding and end ups moving back home. It is then when she runs into her high school sweetheart and her past is coming back again to haunt her. What is in her past that she can't move forward? What is keeping her from accepting God's forgiveness. She feels that her sins are too great to be forgiving. Will she learn that all sins are equal and to accept God's forgiveness and follow his plan.
I really enjoyed this book, and had a hard time putting it down. I just had to know what will happen. This book may be fiction but is filled with so much of God's truth that I would highly recommend any christian women to read it as well as the first book, Faithful.