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Is there such a thing as a perfect parent? This heart-wrenching novel tells the story of a mother asking herself just that. Her children have grown up and aren't dependent on her, and so she finds herself left alone with her thoughts - many of them fond memories, others are thoughts of regret. Had she gotten things right as a mother?

Follow this woman's life - right from when she becomes pregnant - as she faces the everyday battles known only to single parents. How does one win the battle between needing to be loved and needing to love?

This reflective novel is more than just a story; it's a true-to-life confession that parents across the globe can learn from and relate to.

©2017 Patrice M Foster (P)2017 Patrice M Foster

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