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Janica is a force to be reckoned with. She is vibrant, full of energy and full of a love for life. Due, in part, to a battle with childhood cancer which changed her perspective on all things and made her wholly appreciative. While walking her dog, she she stops a man about to take his own life. Her father is a psychologist so she enlists his help to help Steffan come to terms with his depression. She meets his brother Thomas who appears to be the exact opposite of Janica. Very stern and serious and reserved with his emotions. Over time Janica and Thomas fall head over heels in love but then tragedy strikes and Janica is given some gut wrenching news about her health.
This is a very emotional book that deals with heavy topics like the deaths of poorly children, the burden of being responsible for the death of an innocent child and facing your own death in the face knowing your time is coming to an end. Expect to shed lots of tears but also feel the vibrancy of a person like Janica who embraces life whole heartedly and lives every second like its her last. If you are into weepy stories this is definitely the one for you.
I received this book as one of Amazon's first reads. It is a story about a young woman who sees the beauty in everyday life. Everything is a special, joyful color to her after her recovery from cancer as a child. She meets a man during his brink of despair and in turn meets his brother and the story takes off from there. Would have rated it higher, but I felt that it dragged towards the end. More like 3.5 stars. Still a very nice book.
This book was just a bit too sad for me. I was hoping for a bit more cheer. However, it is well written. The Characters are well developed. I enjoyed the narrator. For people going through Cancer, it would be depressing. It IS life, it's reality. It is well written.