Peace between their two kingdoms hangs in the balance.
Though she was Princess of Israel and he Crown Prince of the Hivites, Dinah and Shechem couldn’t hide their very public love affair that ended in tragedy when they were fifteen. Dinah’s greatest anguish is that the love of her life was torn from her arms, never to return, not even to apologize for hurting her.
Six years later, Dinah is an outspoken advocate ministering to survivors of sexual assault, teaching the importance of empowerment, self-defense, and peace through forgiveness.
But when she sees her childhood sweetheart for the first time after six years, the reunion brings every emotion to the surface. The good and the bad.
Having devoted his life to God and to his kingdom, Shechem is preparing to step into his father’s shoes and needs the support of Dinah’s father and brothers. And he wants mercy and grace from his princess.
Suddenly “peace through forgiveness” feels like a great catchphrase for Dinah’s motivational speeches, but nearly impossible for her to implement.
Can Dinah follow her own advice for the sake of peace, forgive the boy who abandoned her, and accept the man of God he is today?