Miklos Sarantakis had always been a decent sort, quite religious, and believed strongly in family. He felt that family was the most important thing on earth—the love of a good wife and children. If blessed to have that, he would do anything to protect and maintain it. When his dream life was endangered, he began to make compromises to maintain his family. Then the compromises of moral standards went too far. After paying the consequences, his dream was even more diminished. Now it seemed that even having a normal life might be out of his reach.
But the winter holidays, filled with families and love, renewed Mick’s desire. Would he ever have the life he craved? Or was it there, just in a different way than he had imagined?