Life was much safer at a remove, or at least so Julie Alexander thought. Her photojournalist job allowed her to view life through her camera lens, a job that would help her learn if a man she'd never met was a good father to her estranged late half-sister's child. But Julie's efforts to be a detached observer were challenged by firefighter Seth Flanagan and his warm-hearted family, and her detachment was completely shattered by her unexpected love for three-year-old Davy. Yet Julie wasn't the only one facing issues; the still-grieving Seth made it clear that love didn't feature in his future plans. Could God's love build a bridge to connect the two?
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