Kira thought she knew everything about her best friend, Haylee. But when Haylee commits suicide immediately after her first date with her longtime crush, Bradley Johansen, Kira is left with nothing but questions, and a gaping hole in her life where Haylee used to be.
Kira is sure that the answers to her questions must be written in Haylee's journal, but she's not the only one searching for it. The more Kira learns about Haylee's past, the more certain she is that other people grieving for Haylee are keeping secrets - especially Bradley, and Haylee's attractive older cousin Nick. Kira is desperate to get to Haylee's journal before anyone else finds it - to discover the truth about what happened to Haylee.
And to hide the things that Haylee wrote down about her.
I got turned on to this book from a friend because the narrator and I have the same last name. It started as a joke, but...joke’s on them! It was a great book. I really enjoyed the seriousness of it. A lot of teen books are just frilly girly things that focus solely on the girl getting the guy or vice a versa. This one has much more substance. The narrator did really well differentiating between the characters and especially well in the final scenes, where the writing gets really intense. All in all, a good listen.