Tracy Elliott knows pain and fear first hand. Growing up as an orphan, she lived with her grandmother and five uncles. She experienced abuse and outright terror at the hands of her uncles.
As a teen she began drinking and experimenting with drugs. She says in the book that she knew that it was wrong when her uncles drank, but somehow it was different for her – a pity party. Ending up drunk and high, losing job after job, she eventually ended up working as a stripper. Moving from place to place, staying with friend after friend, having nowhere to call home.
Amazingly, at the strip club she met Bryan. They became friends and she was able to be herself with him. She shares with him her mistakes and struggles and he does the same. Around that time, she stopped drinking, got an apartment and worked hard to clean up her life. They eventually married and ended up pregnant after eight days of marriage.
The rest of the story is a beautiful testament to what the Lord can do in a person’s life. Tracy is now the mother of two, and Bryan a successful businessman.
This is a story of hope more than a story of pain. It will give hope and healing to readers everywhere.