This story was a compelling read even though it was a hard read. It starts with the death of Aidan's son. The path from grieving to love is a lot of hard work and takes time. Though he had feelings for Chelsea before things changed forever, he waited for the right moment. My heart went out to him as he tried to figure life out as a "dad whose son died". He made mistakes, making him human, but he knew where he should be. Chelsea had her own problems, but put all aside to comfort Aidan. The strength it took to do this was incredible and had me cheering for her. Tears kept coming and then the smiles. I enjoyed this book immensely and highly recommend it. I received a copy of this book through Netgalley and this is my unsolicited review.