A woman in despair. Brooke Chandler has lived with the guilt of her brother’s death for nine years. Despite her efforts to put the loss behind her, it still haunts her. It doesn’t help that her parents blame her, or that they see her guilt as an excuse to control her. On the eve of her wedding to a man selected by her parents, Brooke runs away. Never mind that her fiancé is the son of the biggest preacher in the city, or the fact that as a preacher’s kid herself, she is supposed to follow the rules. James Cassidy knows a thing or two about pain, having been jilted by the love of his life two years ago. He didn’t think he was ready for love again, but there’s something about Brooke that stirs him the way no other woman ever has. But can he love a woman who has jilted another man, just as he was jilted? Even if he can, Brooke’s heart is surrounded with seemingly insurmountable walls. When Brooke decided to leave, she didn’t expect to run straight into the hands of a new man. And she didn’t expect to fall in love. Can James’ faith cause Brooke to rethink her decision to turn her back on God? And can his love bring her healing? Pressure is a compelling love story of faith overcoming fear, and freedom from guilt.