Tara Taylor Quinn's NOTHING SACRED (4.5) examines themes of betrayal, abandonment, guilt and atonement. Martha Moore, a still-bitter divorce juggling a demanding job and four children, and her new pastor, David Cole, a man whose past life threatens his future, learn to trust each other after one of her daughters is raped. Quinn maintains an element of mystery about David's past that will keep you turning the pages to see if their relationship can withstand the severe blows fate deals it. Her depictions of Martha's four troubled teens are also very effective.
Reviewed by: 
Donna Carter