I must warn the readers that this book contains some very difficult subjects that may be difficult to some to read. For example, rape, PTSD, anxiety attacks, abortions, self-mutilations, child out of rape, etc.
A religious man. A scarred woman. Both have their faith tested.
When Chaplain Linkin Garland, receives a phone call to help a woman who was raped, beaten, and stabbed, he can’t help but say “yes.” There is something about her that draws him in. There is a spiritual connection but also a chemistry that he can’t explain.
Words that sum up Sophia Rhinehart’s life.
Having survived a horrific abuse from her military boyfriend who she thought loved her more than life, she needs to learn to live again.
With each passing day the nightmares get worse. Sophia wants help but refuses to let anyone in. Until Chaplain Linkin shows up “at her mother’s home.”
Slowly, Linkin gets her to trust him, but will his secret destroy her frail progress?
In the end, will their journey connect them both spiritually or will it destroy them both?