Kate's husband died suddenly in a car accident, leaving her a widow with four young children. Her husband, a Maine state trooper, had been planning on making a career change and attending seminary, so Kate decides to do that herself. In this book, she doesn't include so much about her own grieving process. Rather, she tells tales from her work as a chaplain to search-and-rescue teams.
Readable, and okay. I liked the author and I admire her courage, but in terms of a reading experience, it was satisfactory, but not enough to give you a glowing review.