Liz Davis has a very organized, controlled, and busy life. She has become the CEO of Davis Enterprises. She is up to her eyebrows in planning her wedding; there is also the cancer wing she is building in memory of Sam Davis, her father. She gets upset when people change plans which affects her schedule.
She also has to deal with the fact; Sam Davis wasnít really her father. She learned this a while back, a man named Jean-Marc David is her father. Her mother met him in France. Who is this Jean-Marc person anyway? When Liz receives some discs, concerning Davis Enterprises and Sam, she also is starting to question what kind of businessman he was.
Her soon-to-be husband, Jeff, is also putting stress on Liz, since he is thinking about accepting a job in another state. Liz is not happy. How can Jeff expect her to just up and leave? She is the head of a large company; she is in the middle of construction of the cancer ward at the hospital. Maybe she needs to rethink her upcoming marriage to him?
Liz has some difficult choices to make; does she accept and meet this Jean-Marc as her father? Can she forgive Sam for being the ruthless businessman that he truly was? Will she be able to let go the reins of Davis Enterprises and be with Jeff?
This was truly Lizís story. She must learn to trust her faith. She had to realize we are not in control of our lives, but a higher power is. Even though this is a sequel to A Garden in Paris, it can be read on its own.