Questions are raised and answers unfold dramatically yet tenderly as three different couples are each ministered to by their local Christian Crisis Pregnancy Center. Through Sarah's determination to obtain an abortion, Beverly's Post-Abortion Syndrome, and Lauren's obedience to testify of her Lord's healing grace; the reader is better equipped to understand the complexities and common themes involved in a crisis situation. Better still, we see how God can move in the midst of difficulty, and how the truth of God's word can both protect and restore human life. This novel comes straight from the heart, soul, and experience of Elisabeth Grace Daniel, who is a post-abortive woman. After struggling with Post-Abortion Syndrome for many years before being set free, her passion since has been to connect with and bring hope to those facing similar circumstances today. To this end, Elisabeth has worked tirelessly for the past eleven years. She first began working as a lay-counselor with her local Christian Crisis Pregnancy Center. She then began to give her testimony in churches, and on television. At the same time, she began working to pass legislation in her state that would protect not only the unborn but also their mothers. She has spent the past seven years penning "Reconciled," in hopes of reaching those whom she would otherwise never reach in person. Elisabeth is a full-time wife and mother of two teenagers.