Child Protective Services is filled with workers who are maxed-out with child removal cases and who face dangerous situations daily. One worker Grey, the toughest social worker in the unit, who loses no sleep over removing children from drug homes and homeless parks to put them into foster care, starts to unravel when he takes a newborn from a hysterical mother who fights to keep her baby.
Shelby Londyn-Heath has been a world-traveler, crossing the Sahara Desert on the back of a salt truck, working on banana plantations in Spain, an oil company in New York, and on coffee farms in Hawaii. She has jumped freight trains across the United States, and she was the proud owner of a beachfront bamboo hut on the Canary Islands. She has worked as a counselor, social worker, and teacher.