In her small and religiously-driven hometown in 80's Georgia, Delila Chapel is forced into womanhood from the discovery of her teenage pregnancy. Keeping her child from the bearings of where she was raised means fighting for her own life and dignity. In this whirlwind story of survival, strength, and redemption, Delila is bound to her husband, who is not the father of her child, the struggle of religion placed on her shoulders, balancing on her belief of right and wrong. When family secrets lead her to face the woman she is, an unruly relative a part of her past will do whatever it takes to free Delila and her daughter from the life they are made to live.

Chapel Paperback Book by E. Fritz