Kendall has no past, and her future looks bleak.
A hit-and-run leaves Kendall Brooks with major injuries and a case of amnesia. Weeks pass, and no one seems to be missing her. Could she really have no loved ones who care to find her? What does that say about the type of person she was?
Kendall thanks God for paramedic Brady Cooper. He saved her life and promises not to leave her alone through her ordeal. She clings to the friendships offered by Brady and his mother and sister. But when she and Brady realize they’d like to be more than friends, they need answers. Will Kendall ever get her memory back? What if she’s married?
How can two plan a future together when one knows nothing about her past? Can Kendall and Brady trust God brought them together for a reason, even if it’s only for today?
"Give us today our daily bread." Matthew 6:11
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