I have never read a book by this author that I didn't love. That being said, each of her books have worked on me to change the way I see people and the world. Brooke is the protagonist, and so many of us can relate to her situation. We live in a time when many of us are one pay check away from homelessness, struggling to hold it all together. Brooke fits that profile, and is a single mom who has been forced to move back into her mother's house, the place where she suffered until she was 18. Trying to save money from her minimum wage job is impossible, as daycare takes it all. But, she is glad to have her beautiful beloved daughter, and loving her makes it all worth it. We have seen it on the news, car hijackings, and the thief doesn't realize there is a child sleeping in the back seat. The unthinkable happens to Brooke, and she'd give anything to get her baby back. Her only hope is that the criminal has a heart, or if he left the baby off somewhere, that the kindness of a good Samaritan will save her. Real life angels come in all shapes, sizes, and unlikely backgrounds. On Brooke's journey she will find terror, hope, misery, and she'll stretch the boundaries of her most important familial relationships. How do you ever thank someone who both damages bad restores your faith in humanity?