Paul and Pamela’s daughter had been away all summer on a mission’s trip and was only home for a short time before heading off to college. Now, Paul wants a divorce, no discussion, no chance of repair, he wants out so he can marry Dana Taylor, a woman he volunteers with at church. With no forewarning that Paul has been unfaithful, Pamela is in shock and believes she can win him back. Jumping in Sunset by Dawn Ringling tells of Pamela’s struggle to accept Paul’s abandonment and to move on with her own interests. Without her best friend, Starla and Ken, her new friend, Pamela would not have gotten through this devastation. She soon realizes that she had been living the life that Paul wanted from her and now she is free to live the life that she loves. Ringling brings to life real people in a real world with real problems and shows that with God’s help one can endure the hardships life sometimes throws at us.