A kindergarten teacher, falsely accused of child molestation, stops at nothing to fight for the truth, her family, and her freedom while relying on faith. Tonya Craft, a small-town kindergarten teacher, had a good life--until two detectives suddenly accused her of molesting three children. With frightening speed, Tonya was arrested and charged with twenty-two counts of child molestation. She knew the charges were false--but she suddenly faced the real possibility that she was about to lose everything. This is the true story of a woman whose life spirals into a witch trial nightmare of guilt before innocence, as her children are taken away, and her own daughter is forced to take the stand against her. As Tonya fights to reveal the truth and clear her name, she offers an uncommon example of undying love, faith, and forgiveness--especially when she forgives the very people who caused her harm.