A raw, beautiful and heartbreaking contemporary YA that readers of Miranda Kenneally, Jenny Han, and Susane Colasanti will enjoy," according to VOYA.Nate Everets' life was all about acoustic guitar, girls in short shorts and hot Southern nights. Until the accident. Monroe Blackwell's life was full of soccer goals, flirty skirts and bright city lights. Until the accident.Now Nate has a best friend that might never wake up, a summer of community service, and enough guilt to drown in. Monroe has a family that's falling apart, a summer banishment to her grandma's, and a choking grief that makes it hard to breathe. Captivating and hopeful, this achingly poignant novel brings together two lost souls struggling with grief and guilt , looking for acceptance, so they can find forgiveness. "Juliana Stone's YA debut is romantic, heart-wrenching, and unputdownable. I want more!" -Michelle Rowen, national bestselling author"