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Publisher's Summary

I have a story to tell, a story I promised never to tell. Hell, it isn't even one I wanted to live through. I just can't keep it inside anymore. Now that they're both gone. I have to tell my story.
Rachel Porter tells her sons about the love of her life, about their father and about their life together. This novella tells the story of the beginning of the Porter family through the Vietnam War, too many losses and a new beginning. It's a tale her sons won't forget, and one that could change them for all time.
©2016 Paloma Beck (P)2016 Paloma Beck
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By Adriana B on 12-17-16

How it all began for the Porter family

This book explains Rachel's decisions and how much heartbreak she endured during her youth and early adulthood. There were a lot of answered questions from book 1.

The narrator did a good job bringing the story to life. This was a shorter story but there were a lot of important information in it to help clarify things left hanging from the first book.

**This audiobook was provided free of charge in exchange for my honest unbiased opinion**

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By Amazon CustomerBeliever on 12-23-16

Interesting Story

I got this book via audiobook boom. this is the story of a lady who has just lost her husband and best friend. she is telling her history to her three sons and that is how the story is told. She has been friends with two guys since junior high. TheOne dies in Vietnam and the other makes it back home. She marries him after some time and they remain married until he dies but she only had passion, friendship love with him. Her heart belonged to the one who died. the narrator got on my nerves and I almost did not finish the book. This is part 1 of a two-part story. It is well written. I just hope the narrator gets better.

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