With his father gone and a younger brother with Down syndrome,
Preston has made it his job to hold together what remains of his
family. This growing responsibility has been the best counter to
a life,long struggle with social anxiety a relief, considering his
dads extreme social phobias tore apart the family.
Only weeks after an ATV accident takes the life of a family friend,
Prestons mother announces her intention to marry. The timing
couldnt be worse. How will Preston deal with losing his friend
and helping his brother move on while also trying to merge his
family with three emotional stepsisters and a prying stepdad?
Juggling the marriage, a rebellious friend, questions about
his own faith, and the flare,up of his social anxiety, Preston
reaches his breaking point. Is he really capable of keeping a
family together, or is he going to end up like his father after all?
Exploring themes of grief, family love, and trust in the Savior,
Break will appeal to LDS teenagers.