Good things were in store for Christian, a young woman who had faced several obstacles before in her life. Christian lost her parents in a car wreck, that also traumatized her because she was also in the accident. Now, Christian was facing cancer in her own life. However, there were many good things in her life. She had a wonderful, loving grandmother and an uncle, as well as other family members and friends, Malcolm Williams, for one. But to Malcolm, Christian was more than a friend. Malcolm thought he was in love with Christian and wanted to marry her. Needless to say, Christian's feelings did not run deep enough for her to love Malcolm in that way -- to promise to be his wife. Before she can explain things to him, Christian unknowingly meets Malcolm's twin brother, Jordan. After mistakenly giving what she thought was a friendly parting kiss to Malcolm, sparks fly for Jordan and he is helplessly drawn to Christian. Things develop between them and although the developments in their lives are not easy, love is there and prevails.
"I Promise" is a book about love, trust, and commitment. It is about being there no matter what comes along. It is also about the educational awareness of breast cancer in women. It can not only strike the old or middle age, but the young are vulnerable also.