People think you can only love one person. That’s not true. There are two types of love; the forever kind and the always kind.
Forever love means you can’t live without that person. When you close your eyes the image you see is the two of you holding hands, sitting on the porch, and watching your grandchildren playing in the yard. You look over, smile, and whisper “we’ve lived a good life.”
Always love means you keep that person in your heart. They’ve done something for you to make you realize who you are. This person means so much to you and lives in your heart.
One night of truth.
One night of passion.
But all of that was taken in one night and I’m left alone.
I’m fighting to breathe and holding onto the tiniest shred of hope I have. It’s a losing battle and I’m not sure how much more I can take. Every day is a struggle. That night still haunts me and I see his face. It’s been two years and slowly I’m piecing my life back together.
Until one secret throws my life offbeat again.
I’m Bayleigh Murphy, and this is my story, my journey of forever and always.
Sometimes all that you can do is move on…
Even when you’re not ready.
Even when you’re forced into it.
After being thousands of miles apart, neither one can deny the love that is still in their hearts. But sometimes, people don’t see what’s right in front them, and refuse to fight for what they want, even when it’s worth fighting for.
When life-altering circumstances finally thrust them back together and the truth comes barreling forth, they are forced to confront the truth–a truth so shattering that it might just be the beginning of the end all over again.
Love can get rocky and uncertain–downright hard at times. It’s a hard lesson to learn, but a lesson we all have to learn in the end.
Can these two lost and grief-stricken souls find a way to smooth out the jagged edges and reach an easy, even rhythm?