The Young Widower’s Handbook

Finished The Young Widower’s Handbook by Tom McAllister. I received a copy for review. 

Hunter and Kait were only married a few years when she died. He feels incredibly guilty (she died because of an ectopic pregnancy, so he feels responsible) and so he takes her ashes on a road trip. (They’d always planned to travel when they had more money.)

This is such a funny and fantastic story, but it also pretty accurately portrays the grief (especially the weird nature of time when you’re grieving). I laughed out loud plenty of times but I also started to really love Hunter (and Kait who, though absent, is all over this book). 

Highly recommended. 

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