What if you only had one day to convince someone they are your one true love?
Hope and Cameron made a five-year promise before college. Years pass and they never see each other again. But then one month before his planned wedding to Riley, Cameron looks outside and sees Hope in the pouring rain, watching him.
Now, three years later, Cam has one day – a sick day on this last Friday of summer – to convince the one woman whose very existence breaths life into his lungs, that sometimes love like theirs actually does exist, and it’s that kind of love that lives forever, no matter how hard you fight to forget about it and move on.
From the author of non friction and Hope, Sick Day follows one man’s day-long attempt to persuade the love of his life that sometimes it’s okay to break promises if it means keeping the ones that count.
“You’ll carry me if I can’t walk back, won’t you, Cameron?” That part of her hadn’t changed, the part that wanted to be in my arms. And that was how I knew that all of me hadn’t changed either, because the mere thought of having her in my arms again sucked the air out of my lungs and made my stomach jump at the thought, the hope that she wouldn’t be able to walk back.
Sick Day can be read as a stand alone. However, Non Friction and Hope have some story elements tied to Sick Day. If you have not read Non Friction or Hope, Sick Day’s story will not be affected in any way.
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