REVIEW: When I’m Gone by Emily Bleeker

Natalie, deceased when the story opens, planned letters to be sent to her husband as he copes with life after Natalie. Will is a single father to three youth, ages 3, about 11, and 14. He has his hands full. Thankfully neighbor and friend Annie is there to help. And, Natalie has also arranged a babysitter to help, too. Natalie took care of so much to help her family survive the first few months. Will, though, finds some things in the letters that were secrets to him previously. How will that change his impressions of his wife? How will it change his character?

Thanks to Lake Union Publishing for providing me an ARC for a review in my own words.


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