Cage spends her days inside the emotional walls she’s so carefully built as her only defense against old memories of rejection and abuse. Cage patches together a life out of an incompatible mixture of religious traditions and fleeting moments of physical contact, as she tries to ignore the emptiness inside.
Cage simply does not know how to let go of her past on her own. Then she meets Pyrs. From the beginning, their friendship allows Cage to escape the burden from her past experiences and choices that left her scarred and broken. But after lines are crossed during one emotional and eye-opening night at the beach, decisions must be made. Should hidden secrets be revealed or kept hidden?
Now that Cage has learned to trust Pyrs, does their relationship stand a chance? As she figures out her direction, Cage soon must face the fact that her voluntary cage may be a reflection of her strained and under-developed relationship with God.
This inspirational romance presents love with all its real-world faults. If Cage can just extricate herself from her self-imposed jail, she may just discover that her future is full of promise.