Grace is a sheltered daddy’s girl from a supportive middle class family when she starts college as an art major. At school, she meets Wellington Holmes, her charismatic professor, also an artist. Shockingly, they fall in love and get married. Grace didn’t know everything about her husband before their marriage, but she is soon to find out.
Together, Grace and Wellington join the international art world, hobnobbing in prestigious New York art galleries and romantic cities in Europe. The cost of their fame, though, becomes both lucrative—and dangerous. Grace is up against thugs, blackmail, and betrayal as an artist’s wife and falls on God’s strong foundation to survive.
Grace is indeed “fearfully and wonderfully made.” She was always aware of her need for a stronger relationship with God, but surrounded by violence and loss, she now needs Him more than ever. She rediscovers her faith with the help of angels in disguise as she struggles to overcome worldly evil and enemies. Grace is determined to survive with Wellington at her side, but she can’t do it alone.