This is only the second memoir I have read and i wasn't entirely sure if I would like it but I ended up loving it. The title is perfect and after finishing, the cover makes me think more than it did before it seems like it has a deeper meaning. The writing flowed beautifully and gripped me right from the beginning I honestly didn't want to put it down. This memoir opened my eyes more to adoption and the heartache that both mother and child feel. I had never considered how the baby would bond with the mother while in the womb but then be seperated and have that separation cause issues that they aren't able to fully understand. Marylee's life written out this way was educational and heartbreaking yet heartwarming all at once. Reading about her time at the Florence Crittenton Home was so interesting. Takes a strong women to go through what she has. What a great read!