When Nevaeh is three years old, her Dad removes her from the custody of her drug-addicted mother, Jade. He checks Jade in to a drug rehab center and then takes his daughter from Washington State to Texas to stay with his parents. He deploys to Iraq soon after—where he is killed when his vehicle drives over a land mine.
Living on her grandparents’ farm, Nevaeh grows up knowing the love of her grandparents and of her father, who left an insurance policy in Nevaeh’s name, which goes into a trust account for her until she is eighteen. But she knows next to nothing about her mother—only that her name is Jade and that she lives near Seattle. So she sets out on a journey to learn what she can about her past, relying on God, her savior and protector, to help her. What she discovers is an adventure of danger and love that leads her to the life God has ordained for her.
This novella tells the story of a young woman who sets out in search of her past and takes the opportunity to build a new life for herself and those she loves.