Thirty-two-year-old Richard Franchitti didn’t believe in love at first sight until he met free-spirited Catherine and started a brand new life. A devoted father and husband, Richard fought to keep his family together when it would have been easier to walk away.
Tragedy left him with unfinished business.
Now a disembodied spirit, Richard relives his most important days. From the beginnings of unconditional love, to the joy of his daughter’s birth, and all of the difficult times in between, each treasured moment brings him closer to answering the question:
“Why am I still here?”
He was born Richard Franchitti, but his friends call him Ricky. Welcome to his funeral.
I've been waiting for this blasted thing for a year. Okay, over a year. I was part of both the beta and ARC teams, but I always prefer to read the final version of a book - so I know how it ends up.
I loved it a year ago, and I love it even more now. Matt Schiariti is one of my favorite authors for good reason. His stuff is hilarious, but not in a cheesy way, and it has enough drama to keep you glued to it.
WARNING: This book has feels. Strong ones. I cried. I also got upset with some characters, and I wanted to kick a couple in the butt. They know what they did!
This is a fabulous book and was well worth the wait.