Caralyn fumes at the rejection letter from the reputable Doncaster Foundation. She rescued the foundation's chairman on a hiking trail, for Pete's sake, and he promised that the money was hers. The success of her charity organization, a memorial to her sister, hangs in the balance. With so much at stake, Cara can't help but wonder now, "where am I going to get the money?"
Jason asks that same question. He dreads admitting the theft, especially to Cara. When he revealed his seizure disorder in the wilderness, she didn't abandon him. Will she believe he's abandoned her? Without the grant money between them, Jason takes a leap of faith and asks Cara on a date...and another. Then his hopes plummet.
Because of her sister's crash, automobiles give Cara the literal shakes. She says his epilepsy doesn't matter, but she won't trust him to drive. She cares for Jason, and the thought of losing another loved one in a car paralyzes her. Jason's a patient man, and he's positive they can work through Cara's fear and together, find the funding that will solve both of their financial problems. Can they learn to trust each other for a lifetime? Bring on a whole lot of patience and a little divine intervention!