Jane, shortly after moving into her sister Grace’s home, is now a frightened, pregnant teen who’s being faced with a life-altering decision. Should she terminate the pregnancy despite the fact she never thought it should be an option for anyone? Now that the tables were turned, it looked to be her only way out. Keeping her child wouldn’t be the best choice. Having no career or formal education, how would she manage to raise a child on her own? Option number three seemed horribly painful. She couldn’t imagine giving her child to total strangers. She was grateful to have her sister Grace walk the journey with her. Seven years later, Jane is married with a little boy and a baby on the way, and she thinks her life is nearly perfect. Then she receives a devastating phone call—her sister Grace is stricken with a deadly virus. Jane faces yet another harrowing passage in her life. At the end of her child-bearing years, Jane and her husband are blessed with another pregnancy. But again she is confronted with the same choices of her youth, as the child she is carrying will be born with a disability.