(, Jan. 20, 2014)
Haven't clicked that 'buy' button yet? Here's why readers think you should: “Having dealt with the death of someone very close to me when I was in my adolescent years, this one really touched home. I thought the author did a great job of conveying the deep hurt that most teenagers feel when they lose a friend. It’s a great read for most audiences, and I think it teaches an important life lesson: moving past any type of hardship that is thrown a person’s way.” – Avid Reader (Amazon.com)“I know I just found my new favorite book because it couldn’t have been more perfect, because it wasn’t perfect.” – Nina (Amazon.com)“Gripping, emotional and totally relatable to any teenager out there who has had to face difficulties and eye opening to those who haven’t.” – Emily (Amazon.co.uk)Grief.That’s all Neve can think about. It is the only thing she is really certain of. It dominates her. After the murder of her best friend, Neve Willows is hurled into a world of depression. Tormented by an unknown source, it promises to punish Neve for everything she did leading up to the murder. Neve is struggling to hold onto her life, and everything left in it. That is, until mysterious, new boy, Jay Ellsworth turns up, igniting an unlikely friendship to spark a series of unforgettable events and moments not to be missed. Caught between Jay's eternal optimism and her tormentor's constant deadly reminder, Neve must decide to leave the past behind, or accept the fate she believes to be hers. But everyone has secrets, and Jay is no exception. Jay’s secrets aren’t dirty; he won’t break your heart or turn his back on you. He won’t stab you in the back or laugh in your face. No, what Jay keeps hidden is ten times worse, and slowly killing him from the inside out. Which leaves Neve wondering, how many times can your heart break before it becomes unfixable?