Meredith Thorne has spent years trying to atone for her mistakes. Born into wealth and privilege, she shuns her upbringing to embrace the African wilderness in hopes of outrunning the demons of her past; a past that involves her last summer in Flat Rock, Texas with Tate Matthews.
Tate Matthews is a hardworking rancher satisfied with the life he’s carved out of the West Texas prairie. He has no plans to change his bachelor status, having loved deeply and lost a long time ago. Tate is content with his role as protector of his seriously ill twin sister—that is, until Meredith returns to Flat Rock and turns Tate’s world upside down.
In the aftermath of our deepest failures, in the midst of our darkest fears, God shines a light on the true condition of our soul. Those courageous enough to face their shortcomings find God is not constrained by our expectations, hurts, or past. They stop Running Sideways.