Rodger Madden is immersed in his work when he learns of the Indonesian tsunami. Not realizing a disaster halfway around the world will change his world forever, he shrugs his shoulders and turns back . to the merger that has his full attention. But when an associate tells him the Benson family who owns this business maybe victims of the storm, Rodger realizes he must try to find any surviving family members. Without a living member to preserve the company, he would see his life’s work sold to the highest bidder and the funds distributed to charity.
His rescue mission is a stern teacher, and he learns just how much he doesn’t know about life, compassion, communication, reason, and compromise. He must discover who to trust, and he must do it fast. His world is crumbling, and unlikely sources hold his future . The problem is not merely a natural disaster; its human facets have followed him home.
Rodger has been existing, now he must learn to live.