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Evangelique is a shy, quiet fourteen year old girl who has spent her entire life in and out of foster homes. Awkward and unattractive, she doesn?t believe she?ll ever be part of a real family, especially since her own mother left her in the chapel of St. Barnabas Hospital in The Bronx at birth. She is sent to live with Gwen and Kendalyn Tripp; a loving mother and daughter who immediately take to Evangelique. They hope to bring the girl out of her shell and encourage her love of writing. Kendalyn is a member of a hip hop gospel group and is anxious for her new foster sister to participate. In another attempt to make her feel welcomed, Gwen, a weekly Lotto player, invites Evangelique to take a turn picking numbers. Remarkably, her foster daughter chooses the winning numbers. The jackpot is 3.3 million dollars! Their story becomes a huge media event and catches the attention of someone from Evangie?s past. Will her questions finally be answered or will her new life be turned upside down?