Well, I don't think I'm capable of doing a proper review since I can barely see through my tears. I had to break out the towel because tissues just weren't cutting it anymore. This book was both beautiful and heartbreaking. Reading it from Chase's POV gave the book something special, where some books like this come across as unbelievable, this one felt incredibly real. I know someone who has dealt with death in the same ways that Chase did, so I felt that the author really hit the nail on the head with all of the emotions that resonated through the books. And it was amazing to watch him come out of that with the help of Nikki. Which is what made this book so devastating too. Overall, this was just a great book and the message behind it was a great one too. Even if I sobbed hysterically over that message.