In the town of Pleasant, one young man will challenge faith itself for the woman he loves. Gaius Stewart is handsome, smart, and charismatic. Elizabeth Anderson is beautiful, selfless, and caring. There's only one problem: he's a self-proclaimed Pagan, and she's a devoted member of The Church of Latter Day Saints. When Gaius' beloved mother passes away and leaves him with a surprising confession revealing his unknown father's past, he drives off to the town of Pleasant, Utah, in the heart of Mormon America. What begins as a journey for truth takes a turn and becomes a battle of beliefs for the soul of an unexpected romance. Can Elizabeth find a reason to believe in something bigger than her ingrained faith through a man who claims to be Pagan? Is love outside of her faith possible? The new guy definitely thinks so.
I enjoyed every minute of this. The emotions from beginning to end are non stop. I am so thankful to have had the opportunity to enjoy both the author and narrator.