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This book exceeded all my expectations and left me with tears of joy in my eyes. Michele and her husband Adrian are triathletes. It’s their second marriage, and they’re raising two teenagers (one his, one hers). He qualified to run the Kona Iron Man. Michele planned to tell him she’d won a lottery spot and would be competing with him, but she never got the chance. She decides to do it in his memory, and continues to train alone.
This story is filled with love and conflict, as all the best lives are. She loses her stepdaughter to her grandparents, with her agreement - how could she refuse? Then her son starts sneaking out and getting into trouble. Meanwhile, the hit-and-run is far from being solved, and the family continues to be threatened.
I highly recommend this book, even if you know very little about triathlons (like me).