Molly Brogan wrote Remember Me to make the statement that the US family and domestic violence court system are failing the very families they are designed to protect. Yet Remember Me is more, as the first novel in a trilogy that provides the larger canvas to portray a woman's spiritual journey. Remember Me is the story of a woman whose desperate need to own her soul is confused by her notion that the world around her is the basis of her true experience. In this established duality, love cannot be enough when loss is embedded in pain. Pain obscures the messages of spirit spoken with love by the people around her. Grace becomes fleeting, like a ghost without a home to haunt. And yet the journey is perfect in itself as an unfolding prelude to the elusive possibility coming into reach.