Shay Benson would do just about anything to keep her little brother, Caden, safe from harm. Even if that means she has to embezzle money from her dream job and then finds herself in jail. After serving her time, Shay re-enters society with a little money in her pocket and no place to go. Seeking comfort in a church, she meets Pastor Drew Douglas. A widow with two children, he helps Shay enter into a rehab program in order for her to make a fresh start.
Shay continues to adapt to her new normal as she navigates the ups and downs as a convicted felon. Over time, she and Drew become friends. Even his children, Sarah and Mark, take to Shay for they long for the love from a mothering figure. Soon, Shay and Drew start to connect spiritually as well as emotionally. Both begin to wonder if they may become more than simply friends.
When an unfortunate situation puts Shay in a compromising position, she must choose between keeping her word to someone she trusts or risk losing her relationship with Drew and the church. Both Shay and Drew search for a way to open their hearts without losing the trust they have built.
Any Dream Will Do combines faith, love, and trust in a powerful story filled with unforgettable characters. The small town feel draws the reader in as Macomber weaves a tale of emotion and drama. Even the secondary characters leave a lasting impression for they guide Shay and Drew along their path of self-discovery. A poignant tale perfect for book clubs, Macomber’s new release is a must-read pick.