"In the space between yes and no, there's a lifetime. It's the difference between the path you walk and the one you leave behind; it's the gap between who you thought you could be and who you really are; it's the legroom for the lives you'll tell yourself in the future."
I must be reading too many Jodi Picoult books because I guessed the ending on this one...again. Maybe it's just that I've been going back and reading her older books lately? I don't know, but I'm use to having me completely surprised by the last few pages!
This one was good, but nothing special. Years after June Nealon's husband and young daughter are killed in a tragic murder, she is faced with a tough decision. Her daughter, Claire, needs a heart transplant and she doesn't have much time left. Suddenly, she gets a phone call that Shay Bourne, the man that was charged for the murder of her family, wanted to donate his heart to Claire after he is put to death for the crime. June is left with many questions about forgiveness, redemption, and what cost she is willing to pay for the her daughter's life.