That’s until Lee Daniels came tapping at my window.
Determined to push him away, the jerk kept coming back, over and over and over. There was no way I was going to give my heart to a man that would eventually leave me worse then I already was.
But he didn’t see it that way.
He saw strength, determination and a stubborn woman ready to give up on love.
Why wouldn’t he just let me give up? For one very simple reason.
Love, my friends.
An unimaginable love. A love that didn’t require rules, stipulations, or even expectations. A love filled with dancing on Mardi Gras floats, three a.m. breakfast sessions and swimming with pigs in the Bahamas. That’s my kind of love, and it all started with a stupid paper crane.
Perhaps it was time to take chances because…
If not now, then when?
- Original Title:Paper Cranes
- Author:Nicole Hite
- Rating:8.32 / 10
- Publisher:Published September 16th 2016
About the Author
“It takes a remarkable human being to look into your future, see the hurt and devastation yet to come and instead of running, lifts you up and carries you into battle. That’s love.” – Kat Dove
To my warrior husband,
Thank you for hearing my battle cry.
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