Grace is a novel with themes of forgiveness, redemption, and the grey area of doing the "wrong" thing for the "right" outcome.
The protagonist, Lin-Lin Smith, grows from a girl afraid of death and abandonment to a woman running a hospice and mercy killing her patients. When she faces difficulties helping her patients die, she turns to her past to seek forgiveness for a lie that has followed her for decades.
While covering emotional topics like death, abandonment, secrets, and sin, the tone is humorous. This novel journeys through the outer edges of Colorado, set on the eastern plains and the western slope.