Feels Like home
“My advice? Be happy.”
Andy had just caught his wife with another man in their bed.
Angry at his wife’s choices and his pride more than just bruised, Andy’s life was going dark. Bitterness threatened to wrap around his heart and pull him under.
But his twin sons needed him, and a brightness he hadn’t expected entered their lives and wouldn’t let the darkness take hold.
Christine learned long ago that choosing happiness and forgiveness was easier than letting the past bring her down.
When Andy stormed into her coffee shop, she knew he needed to know he wasn’t alone.
She not one understood being a single parent, but Christine had also felt a similar betrayal.
They both needed friendship.
Needed someone who got it, who had compassion without judgement.
What they didn’t imagine was for it to become… more.
That they would come to share something they never thought they would experience again.
They didn’t expect for it to… Feel Like Home.