In the compelling memoir Angry Tears, Earlina Gilford-Weaver tells the story of how she survived childhood sexual abuse and was later saved by God. Earlina was nine years old when she was first sexually abused by uncles who were entrusted to care for her, but instead, robbed her of her innocence. Raised by an emotionally-distant mother and an overwhelmed grandmother, Earlina's journey through childhood became agonizing. She relays how she dealt with her internal pain of neglect and abandonment by stealing, lying, and tunning away - eventually becoming a ward of the state. After she was moved to group homes from foster care where she would stay with over twenty three different families, Earlina was once again sexually molested, raped, mentally and physical abuse by the males who surrounded her. All the while, Earlina would continually ask herself the same question: Why isn't God wiping my tears away? It would not be until much later when Earlina walked into a church on her birthday that she would realize God had been with her all along.
When they thought they threw her out for the trash, the Styles girls gets a house guest at the Safe Haven Home, that takes them down an unexpected twist of overview hidden secrets, deceits and lies that will have them do the unthinkable,
In addition as a dose of reality, filled with the typical betrayal and things that only stays in the hidden closet, gets exposed. The Styles girls never image it would come knocking at their door. Until dysfunctional Monica Stevens introduce them to her world of webs of secrets. But will their Faith be enough when the true test of fate enter in' or will there be Hell to pay' Who will find Redemption in time, or will it be too late!.