Borders of the Heart

2013 Christy Award Finalist

Desperate to escape haunting memories, J. D. Jessup travels from Nashville to Tucson and volunteers on an organic farm. The hardened landowner has one prevailing rule: If J. D. sees an "illegal," call the Border Patrol. But when an early morning ride along the fence line leads him to a beautiful young woman named Maria, near death in the desert, his heart pulls him in another direction.

Part thrill ride, part love story, Borders of the Heart is a tender yet gripping odyssey of hope.

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