Skylar Leona Montgomery started life as an abused child along with her sister, Shiloh, and were abandoned as foundlings on a cold and blustery winter night at a convenience store. Cold, tired, and hungry, they were placed in foster care with a loving couple who later adopted them and provided a safe and loving home for the two lost little girls.
Their adoptive family nurtured them and supplied all the advantages that a middle-class family could give. The girls grow into beautiful, well-educated, and responsible young women finding their place in society eager to make the lives of others better.
Skylar and Shiloh were confident and capable and were socially conscious, willing to take on the troubles of others and make the world a better place. . . . . then Skylar fell in love, and things began to change.
Skylar's life was turned upside down as abuse became an everyday occurrence at the hands of a husband she no longer knew. Gathering her inner strength and with the support of her family, she fought to extricate herself from the cruelty she could no longer tolerate and rediscover the power Skylar thought she had lost.
Would she ever love again and be able to place her trust in another man? Would she have the courage to realize her dreams and not be held prisoner to her past?
Coloring on the Wall is a story of survival and a young woman's journey to overcome considerable obstacles to find the real meaning of happiness.