Kenyon Porter seemingly has it all; money, power, status, and respect. However, having it all is a matter of opinion. Due to family baggage, Kenyon has lived his life in the fast lane, where money and status have allowed him to live without regret. What happens when a thunderous storm of expectations and need filters its way into his life and causes him to reconsider if he really does have it all.
Rachel Williams is a woman with confidence. Men love her, and she has a close-knit circle that empowers her to feel like there’s nothing she can’t have or accomplish. However, there’s one thing that seems to be out of reach, and that’s the one man who ignites her desire to have something real. Unfortunately, after one man bruised her heart and soul so thoughtlessly, she no longer trusts her judgment enough to hand over her heart to anyone else.
Sometimes people are so damaged that they can’t find their way out of the storm in order to embrace love. Rachel and Porter must decide if what they have is worth fighting for and if they are willing to trust in love and each other. When you can’t completely trust your heart, sometimes it’s just as simple as letting go enough to “Just Say You Will.”