Here is another freebie on my Kindle. It was a good one, not too bad for free. Warning though, it did have some sexual content. It is about a woman named Lisa who gets a frantic call from her best friend that she needs her to come watch her kids for the weekend. Lisa then finds herself face to face with her ex-husband, her past and her present collide. It is a story of how love wins and overcomes. This was a feel good book. "You're not failing. You're just being human." So often we feel like failures but isn't good to know that we are just human like everyone else? "Don't you get it, Lisa? I love you no matter who your father is, no matter what your mother does, and no matter what you do. I'm never going to leave you. So you better get used to having me around for the next fifty years. You and I-we're bound for life." Oh how we need this kind of commitment in our world today. "I know now that I took everything out on you. I didn't know how to deal with my emotions, my anger. I wanted to break something, to hit someone, and you were the closest one." Why do we always hurt the ones we love, because they are the closest. "Because you don't believe does not make it false." So true, so true. "Because in order to survive, you had to leave, you had to forget. The only way I could survive was to face the memories head-on every day, to think about her, to remember her. Otherwise, I felt like she would have died for nothing." Grief takes many forms and we all have to deal with it differently. It's hard not to judge when others deal with it differently than we do. "She realized that when she turned her back on her life with him, she'd locked away not just the bad memories but the good ones as well." "That's the hardest part about being a parent, accepting that you can't protect your children from getting hurt. You can take all the precautions in the world and worry yourself like crazy, but each individual comes to this world with a life to live, no matter how long or how good or how scary it might be. We give out children life, but sometimes we forget that they're the ones who actually have to live that life."