This book describes the authors personal journey. Over the course of the year prior to writing this book, he discovered what being in love truly means but questions why he had to do so after losing his wife, Lorna, the love of his life. Lorna took him on at his worst, brought out the best in him, and saved him from the pain of his traumatic childhood. And yet, just when they had discovered each others true purpose, she was taken away by a tiny mole on her leg. The discoveries the author made have occurred quickly, overwhelming him at times and consuming him with grief and despair as happens to most of us when we lose the one we love. Turning to the church for help only complicated things for the author. Is there no help for me now in this world, or in the next where is she now? he wondered time and time again. Having learnt so much about himself and realising that he was wrong in so many ways is bittersweet, as he cannot tell her or hear her response. True love, indeed, only comes once. Although this book reflects many complex, disturbing, and truly embarrassing moments, the author nonetheless remains undaunted in providing a tribute to his one-and-only love. Most of all, he wishes to make sure Lorna did not die in vain.