Bridget had it all- for a little bit. She thought she was one of those people these things didn’t happen too. But anything is possible in her life now. Her husband is bipolar, and Maeve is autistic? Challenged? Psychotic? Little Cleo can’t be the only reason she lives. This novel didn’t go exactly the way I thought it was going too… in that I mean the typical she-can-do- it-all main heroine. Bridget is the heroine without a doubt, but not in that way. You love her character, her deepest, darkest thoughts and realizations, every flaw and the true hopeful spirit within her as you are taken away on her journey which does come full circle.