Renting to own not only describes Lily Champion's rental arrangement, it describes her life. But Lily's learned that sometimes when the ground shifts beneath you, it moves you to where you need to be. ~ • ~ Lily Champion lost her mother when she was just seven years old. When she became pregnant at nineteen, her father put her out of the house. Lily leaned on the kindness of her former teacher, Helen Shaw, who took her in. She is now on her own with a four-year-old. At twenty-four, Lily has a decent job and a house she is renting to own. But she has learned that, just when the earth beneath you settles, something is sure to cause a quake. As she struggles to balance work and single-parenthood and create a solid future for her daughter, Lily finds herself pursued by two men. One ignites desire in her, and the other makes her feel secure. Wasn't that what got her into this situation in the first place? Lily's learned sometimes when the ground shifts beneath you, it moves you to where you need to be.