Grace’s horrid childhood experiences, being taunted, teased, and tricked, have made her reluctant to let anyone know she has severe face blindness. She often can’t recognize her own children. Or her husband. She hates that people think she’s shy or introverted or even a little slow-witted, but being humiliated or pitied seems worse. However, when her husband is called to serve as bishop of their ward, she fears she won’t be able to live up to what might be expected of the high-profile “bishop’s wife.” She absolutely can’t ask her husband to refuse to serve, but her usual evasive strategies aren’t going to work. How will she ever cope?