I freaking loved this book!
I laughed, I cried, I finished feeling completely satisfied but a bit envious. You see the book has a paragraph from Kane, our hero; “That’s the thing about love. Anyone can love you when you’re young, beautiful and life is perfect. But true love is loving someone in their s***. When you can love the dark, ugly parts of someone–that’s real love. When you watch them be stripped to the bones, and build them back up–that’s love.” The book show this kind of love between no only Kenzie (the heroine) and Kane, but between Kenzie and her sister. I would recommend this book to everyone, as it reminds us that life is a gift and love is an even greater gift, and to remember to love and live with “no regrets.”