"Priceless: She's Worth Fighting For" is the novelization of the movie by the same name, written by Joel and Luke Smallbone. In this book, James becomes a widower and in the process of grieving he looses his home. In an effort to get back on his feet quick, James takes a job dealing drugs and get prison time on his first time out. While serving he looses custody of his daughter and in an effort to get enough money to get his daughter back he takes a job driving "cargo", which is criminal for humans. Now either James is incredibly unlucky or not real bright. Maybe both. He soon discovers his cargo is two women and falls for the older one. Maria and Antonia are sisters trying to make it in America. Somehow they get caught up with criminals with bad intentions. And their hero, James.
This book is a quick read, a bit frustrating at times. The bad or naive decisions get a little hard to watch. The book is written by a couple of brothers from the band for King & Country with Nancy Rue. Though they tell a good story it does seem that they are trying to tell too much at once. I would recommend this for a young adult reader. I received this book from Worthy Publishers in exchange for an honest review.