Oh my God. The last 20% I was sobbing, I could barely read to the end. I woke up early to finish this because I just had to know how it ended. It wasOh my God. The last 20% I was sobbing, I could barely read to the end. I woke up early to finish this because I just had to know how it ended. It was such a heartbreaking but uplifting story. My eyes are all red and swollen but I'm so glad I finally read it. I loved Toler's book, To Have It All, so I knew right away I'd love this. And I did. So much. It was more than just a story. It was an experience. One that made my heart ache but also filled will joy by the end. I absolutely loved One. He was a beautiful soul, one that was not at peace because his brother George had become a lost, destructive man since his death. Charlotte was able to communicate with the dead who had unfinished business. Ike had a brother to save. So when they struck a deal to help each other, our journey with these two became magical. I can't express my love for Ike. Reading from his pov was heartwrenching. He was a beautiful soldier who died in Afghanistan, leaving his family and friends behind. He could see how his death effected those he loved and it killed him. He didn't want to cross over until he knew George was gonna be okay. Enter Charlotte. I loved this girl something fierce. She had a gift, albeit a sucky one at times, and even though it hindered her ability to have a normal life, she used it to help people find peace and move on, find closure. She formed such a beautiful bond with Ike. My chest ached for them. Their friendship made me smile and cry at the same time. I wished so much that these two could be together, as weird as it sounds. They just had a connection, so palpable it felt real. She became his best friend. Then there was George. Oh sweet broken George broke my heart. His loss of his twin brother made him a shell of who he was. Drugs and sex were his escape. But once things progressed between him and Charlotte, a change in him was evident. He wanted to be a better man but the pain was so much to bear. Of course, losing Ike was like losing himself. Twins just have that unbreakable bond that people don't understand unless they're a twin themselves. Ugh. It hurt so much when Ike would be talking to him, telling him he loved him and how much he missed him. George had no idea he was there. Once truths were revealed and Charlotte's gift was out in the open, it became more emotional for everyone. I couldn't stop the tears, felt like I was seeing it all unfold in front of me. I just wanted to hug all 3 of them. I came to love both brothers the same, but only one would win the girl in real life. And it was agonizing. My poor Ike. This book took so much out of me but I loved every second. It does have a paranormal touch to it and I loved how the author wrote it. I always wonder what happens to people when they die, where they go. Let's hope it's somewhere as beautiful and peaceful as described here.