If there is a predicate adjective or predicate noun, can there be an indirect object?
In a simple sentence with the pattern Subject-Linking Verb-Predicate Noun/Adjective, there can be no direct object.
However, in complex sentences, there can be an indirect object.
Ex: Raul is the man who gave me reason to live.
predicate noun: man (part of the independent clause)
action verb: gave
direct object: reason
indirect object: me
Note: “who gave me reason to live” is part of the adjective clause describing “man”.