Life is a gift. Most of us are incapable of receiving it as a gift because fear of failure, loss makes us hard, dry at heart. A dry heart appears to be narcissistic. In this book Evoline realized that she is a narcissistic human being and she missed out on the gift called life unknowingly. Her childhood hardship shaped her to be a control freak so she can survive. But this survival mechanism became her attitude. It is sad that it was too late when she realized she needed to correct her mindset. Evoline’s young husband Henry, on the other hand, ended up being a better human being through the discomforting companionship with Evoline. All characters here are very thirsty to recognize what works for life. Henry’s son Cooper is an amazing young man who guides his dad. His girlfriend is a beautiful sweet young lady who understands Cooper perfectly fine. In this book, not only emotional inadequacy is described but also a phenomenal social injustice is introduced. Characters came across this injustice and got engaged to resolve it. Henry finally found his life’s mission and he is happier than ever.