CONSENT, AND CHOICE. THE WOMEN IN GREEN VALLEY ARE NOT OPPRESSED.
Carolyn Atwood lived hell on earth in Fillmore, and nearly died at the hands of the Prophet before her mothers, father, and little sister left Georgia and moved to Green Valley. Carolyn overcompensates to deal with issues and comes off harshly. Her high school nemesis was none other than Rosa, who marries the soon to be Bishop, Lucas Miller.
From other hearing her father on the phone, and realizing he plans to move his family back to Fillmore, she knows the only safe way to not return will be to marry. Can she convince the present Bishop Miller that God has sent a vision of Lucas as her future husband? How will Lucas react, knowing the history between Rosa and Carolyn? “Fake it till you make it, that was her motto.”
The story is full of twists and turns, secrets, dealing with past abuse, and trying to move on in life. What happens when lies come out? Will Lucas turn his back on Carolyn? Can the Prophet continue to torment the people of Fillmore even from jail?
The story has multiple scenes that involve Christian Domestic Discipline in a loving relationship, it is always safe, sane and consensual. There are no sex scenes, intimacy is only implied.