In June of 1991, five days following her wedding, Sue Kemple's world came to a screeching halt when her brother was killed in a car accident. She was devastated, but she was also shocked that so many people in her world didn't understand why she hurt so much... and that even more people didn't know the right things to say or to do. Kemple found no compassionate resources for people who've lost a brother or sister to help her grieve or begin to heal, so she decided she ought to write her own book. It took her twenty years, but she finally found the words to offer empathetic support for people who have lost their siblings, and understanding for anyone who wants to know how to support those who grieve the sudden, unexpected death of a loved one. It's a quick read, simple and raw. It's her story alone, but readers will find much within this short book to affirm their own sense of lament for brothers, sisters, or loved ones of any kind taken from them too quickly, and too soon.