God let Rachel Westing down. For twenty-six years she’s done
everything by the book; she figures He should have her back. But
then she learns her fiancé is cheating on her. Her parents are
getting a divorce. And her Christian mentor has a pill addiction.
Where is God in all this? Nowhere, as far as Rachel can see.
Wounded, bitter, and with a shattered faith, she quits her job and
moves across the country to live with Daphne—her childhood best
friend whose soul Rachel once thought she was meant to save.
Confident, successful, fun-loving Daphne sets about helping Rachel reinvent herself, and for a while it’s exciting. But when another tragedy shakes Rachel to the core, what little bit of self-possession she has left begins to unravel. A true-to-life story that will draw you in and keep you biting your nails until the end.
Alison Strobel, whose father, award-winning author Lee Strobel, instilled her with a love of stories at a young age, lives in Colorado with her husband and two daughters. Alison writes women’s fiction (Worlds Collide and Violette Between) and authors a blog.