Two years of confinement in Leesworth Women's Federal Corrections Facility have taken their toll on Jay King. Her incarceration has given her lots of time to think about her sins, especially her failed attempt to have her brother Zach murdered in cold blood. Jay has come face to face with the demons from her past, and her health is on the decline. Lonely, sick, and depressed, she reaches out to an unlikely source for help. Jay finds guidance and compassion in Pastor Gavin Monroe, the prison chaplain and counselor. He teaches her about forgiveness and restoration and sets her on the path of righteous living. But is Jay sincere about turning her life around, or is her newfound jailhouse religion just a scheme to get back into Zach's good graces? Thrilled by Jay's spiritual transformation, Pastor Monroe is eager to nurture her budding faith. The bond they develop through scriptures and counseling sessions takes an unexpected turn, and life as they once knew it will never be the same. Jay's secret life in prison has an earth-shattering effect on her family, and Zach is once again expected to clean up her mess. Only this time, it involves precious, innocent flesh and blood. Zach has an important decision to make, one that will affect the entire King family and others. Only time will tell if Jay's faith in her brother will move him to do the right thing.