Sydney Isaacs has two priorities: her family, and Decadent, the gourmet pastry business they founded almost three generations ago. But both are in jeopardy when her brother, Dean, announces his sudden engagement to the conniving Sheree Vern. Much to Sydney's dismay, Dean inherits ownership of Decadent, despite his lack of interest. Now he and Sheree are selling the chain to finance his dreams of becoming a music producer--or so Dean believes. Thanks to Sheree, Dean's plans, the business, and his marriage, soon implode in ways he never expected--leaving Sydney determined to salvage whatever she can, and fix the mess left behind. Her only solace is her romance with Hayden Windsor. But Hayden is Sheree's half brother, and it doesn't take long for Sydney to wonder if Hayden knew about Sheree's scheming all along? Soon Sydney creates a deception of her own to find out the truth. Her strategy is working, until the consequences threaten to destroy everything she values most--including her faith. Overcome with guilt, can she make things right with her brother, with Hayden, and with God?--Publisher's description.