Growing up the ninth of eleven children in a loving family, as the daughter of a Plymouth brethren minister, Olsie Ekleberry feels she’s on display and cannot live up to anyone’s expectations.
She goes off to college and because she was too protected, she is vulnerable. She marries the first man that shows an interest, has four children, and realizes her husband is abusive and mentally unstable as he dubbed her, “A failure as a Wife, Woman and Mother.” Finally she leaves him, but has no child support or financial backing of any kind.
How does she go from living in a garage, worrying about feeding four children, to buying two accounting firms, investing money and lending more than $1 million to people who don’t qualify otherwise.
How does a woman who divorces one husband and buries two find her faith, her path and friendships?