THE ENDING OF MORGAN’S CHASE HAS NEVER BEEN CLOSER – OR MORE IN DOUBT
How do our choices betray us? How do events define us? And how is it possible that the swift sweep of life’s onrushing events can define our lives before we even get a chance to do so for ourselves?
In Morgan’s Chase Book 8, Morgan finds herself asking all of these questions. But there are no answers. Only irreparable ramifications and eternal regrets. Because if we abdicate our responsibility to actively define our lives, then these critical choices are made for us. And we have no one to blame but ourselves.
Here, Morgan has made the mournful, monumental mistakes of omission. And this time, it might just cost her everything. All that she has worked for. And even more importantly, all whom she loves.
They say tide and time wait for no man. But for Morgan, a woman trying to desperately balance career, family and love, she finds that time is the tide. And it alone has the awesome power to wash everything away, while we helplessly watch.
Then, it’s too late. Much too late.
Sometimes, the biggest mistakes are what we don’t do: All those precious moments we put off until some unspecified future date. All those important choices we delay until just the right moment.
A moment that never comes.