This is the memoir of Annie Stevens and her life growing up in Southern California. Raised in an abusive home with an alcoholic father she struggled to find love from a family that was determined to keep it from her. At age 14 she struggled with anorexia and a failed attempt at suicide. Feeling trapped she set out to make a new plan for her life from the only family she knew by marrying into another with struggles of their own. This is where her adventures begin with a different kind of plan that will shape her and so many others around her. From learning to drive and operate a tow truck for a living, to facing death a second time at the hand of a careless doctor. Hope is formed in faith and faith is believing in thing not seen but hoped for. Annie takes you through her life and reveals to the reader that hope is ever-present and waiting for us to grab on to and believe. Annie Stevens graciously shares - and lives - an amazing story of hope and restoration. A victory of recovery for wounded hearts. Her book proves that hope is not only for us to keep... but to give.