Cheri Paris Edwards is a child welfare advocate. Her first novel, Plenty Good Room, is hailed as "promising" by Publishers Weekly and "a superb debut" by Booklist. Thirtysomething Tamara Britton has a comfortable life working as a caseworker in the Care For Kids Agency. But, her world is turned upside down when she agrees to become a foster parent for a seriously rebellious teenager, Sienna Larson. Together they discover their faith and find there's always room for the love of another.