Widowed with a 10-day-old baby at the age of 34, Rhiannon didn't relate to the stereotypical definitions of widowhood. Not only was she younger than the average widow, but she also hadn't been married to Oliver, her baby's father. In fact, when he died, they weren't even speaking.
Grieving a complicated relationship is hard enough. When you add in a death with blurry explanation, it can make characterising your situation too tricky to contemplate.
Themes of addiction, infidelity, dysfunctional family dynamics and suicide all feature in this story.
This is the book Rhiannon needed - a similar story that she could relate to so she knew she would get through it. This is the book she wrote to tell you that you will get through it too.