Amanda Tucker is in trouble ... big trouble. After she and her boyfriend, Alan Fischer, "borrow" money from her boss, then lose it on a horse race, then set his office on fire to cover it up -- Amanda finds herself $250,000 in debt and being chased by the Mob.
The only person who can help her now is her dear, old, rich grandfather, Nathan Tucker, whom she hasn't seen since she was a little girl. But that doesn't stop Amanda. She's talked her way through worse situations. Good ol' Gramps should be a pushover, right?
Wrong! Nathan Tucker is a witty, kind and compassionate man with a weak heart and a strong faith in God. He's no fool and he sees right through Amanda's plan. But he's got a plan of his own. Instead of refusing her, he makes a deal with her.
He 'll give her the money she wants after she takes a little trip with him to his favorite fishing hole in Lake Redemption, Montana. This is the same place where Amanda sat on her Grandpa's knee so many years before.
Seeing no better option, Amanda reluctantly agrees and soon finds herself on the "road to redemption" with her grandfather sitting next to her and her boyfriend and the Mob close behind. She's definitely in for an adventure, but the destination is not quite what she expected.