Once a rebellious juvenile delinquent, thirteen-year-old Skye now finds herself in a position to help others when her foster parents open the stables to a group of kids who have big problems just like she did. Skye finds her faith and patience tested as she, Chad, and Morgan teach horseback riding to four special needs children, including Katie, who is blind. Upset about her parents' pending divorce, Katie is withdrawn and bitter at God and the world. With faith and friendship, Skye tries her best to show an increasingly isolated Katie that her parents-and God-will always love her, no matter what. Will Skye's efforts be good enough?
Marsha Hubler is a homeschool consultant, evaluator, and educator specializing in elementary education and learning disabilities. She and her husband, Richard, were foster parents to countless children for more than eleven years. They live in Middleburg, Pennsylvania.