I met him in kindergarten—he gave me a fat lip on accident. He was in my American Government class freshmen year of high school. And now he is gone.
Gia North knows that good things come to those who wait. But she’s waited long enough when the boy she fell for dies in a car crash in a rain storm; a death that turns out to be a suicide. When letters left behind by the boy of her dreams begin appearing, leading her on a scavenger hunt for his last favor, she has to become patient fast—especially when the hunt is designed to include his holier-than-thou older brother.
By the end of it all, Gia might finally understand why some things are worth waiting for.