You can’t be afraid to fall …

“God had pretty much stopped Nudging me, which made me think maybe all he required of me was what I was already doing.” Silly woman. Seriously, Allison Chamberlain was already taking care of five former prostitutes who were recovering from lives no tick-ridden mongrel dog should have to endure. And trying to adopt an orphan. And coping with feelings she didn’t know she had in her.

But along the way, she experiences unexpected dismounts, as every Harley owner who risks the ride eventually does. A distant relative challenges the adoption. An influential businessman tries to block her ministry. Her beloved Chief is seriously injured. A piece of her past elbows its way in. As she picks herself up again and again, Allison realizes she just might have to give up everything she loves just to stay upright.

The second book of The Reluctant Prophet trilogy shows that some are guilty of terrible wrongs—but everyone must be responsible for righting them.