How far would you go to protect your child from the world of drugs and sex?

their children comes naturally for Zoe and Will Tyler – 
their daughter Leah decides to actively destroy her own future.
grew up in a privileged upper-middle class world. Her parents spared no expense
for her happiness; she had all-but secured an Ivy League scholarship and a
future as a star athlete. Then she met Todd.
parents watch helplessly as their daughter falls into a world of drugs, sex,
and wild parties. While Will attempts to control his daughter’s every move to
prevent her from falling deeper into this dangerous new life, Zoe prefers to
give Leah slack in the hope that she may learn from her mistakes. Their divided
approach drives their daughter out of their home and a wedge into their
Justine observes Leah’s rebellion from the shadows of their fragmented family.
She desperately seeks her big sister’s approval and will do whatever it takes
to obtain it. Meanwhile she is left to question whether her parents love her
and whether God even knows she exists.
What happens when love just isn’t enough? Who will pay
the consequences of Leah’s vagrant lifestyle? Can this broken family survive
the destruction left in Leah’s wake?
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Genre – Women’s Fiction / Contemporary
Rating – PG13
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