Like everyone else, the Goldsteins receive their fair share of struggles and hardships. There's Michal--smart, talented, and bright. If only she could attain the one thing she wants most of all. Shoshi lands a brilliant shidduch, but is everything the way it seems on the surface? And then there's Yehuda, the only son, who seems trapped in a downward spiral for which no one knows the cause. This beautifully written novel is brimming with faith, prayer, and hope, satisfying and compelling down to the last, wonderful page.