From saga novel Far Arena by Lynda Williams.
"There'll be a lot of pressure to act quickly," said Solomon, "and we risk being second-guessed and criticized after the fact, like Lurol was, but I'm for taking Amel on."
"I know it's your decision, Bley," said Roz, shifting forward. "But if you agree you'll have our support."
Bley didn't know how to tell them that their support, itself, was making her uncomfortable. Her partners were eager. The residents were interested. It all seemed too much attention to focus on one much-abused, rather nice and possibly free-will impaired Gelack.
Reetion counselor, Bley, feels out of her depth when assigned a celebrity client. Especially when other group home staff and clients show a keen interest.