You’ve laughed with them. You’ve cried with them. Now it’s time to say goodbye to the Lanza Family, in the final installment of The Riverdale Series.
Luke Lanza is a man who has always done the responsible thing. He has faced a lot of challenging obstacles in his life; from raising his daughter on his own, to building a successful business, even being the only viable donor that could save his brother’s life.
Knowing this about his brother and knowing that he was going to die, Jake asked him to look after the love of his life. Now Luke is torn between the promise he made to his brother and the pull of something he’s never known before.
This is the book detailing Cara’s devastating demise into depression and addiction following Jake’s death. I have to commend the author on showing an honest account of rehab and addiction. She’s also shown an honest look at a 12 step program. It’s not all ‘oh I’m sorry’ and forgiven. Bosco was able to blind side me with the story line – I had an idea of what was going to happen, just not sure how.
It’s a heartbreaking read to see the sickness of addiction and how quickly it can grab hold. It’s also a refreshing story of forgiveness and moving on with your life.
This whole series is a big refresher course in how sacred life is. If these books don’t motivate you to go out and take on the world. It’s certainly reminded me that life it too short – no matter your age. Life can be cruel but you can’t let that stop you. This is an amazing book of feels.
Please don’t dismiss this series as a book of death and depression – yes, those are mentioned but this is also a book of life. The pieces that brought me undone are from Jake’s journal. Such promise, such heartache, such beauty. If you are anything like me – you will have a clear sinus from reading any of the books in this series.
I was given a copy of this book for my honest opinion.
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