Review of Suicide Note by Teresa Mummert

I had a hard time rating this book!  I am still lingering between four and five stars!  I just can't make my mind up.  I don't know why!  This book is so heart-warming.  I took my time with it because I was so drawn into it.  I have a tendency to read books like this too fast.  I made myself take it slow so that I could truly appreciate it!
First, if you are expecting this big suicide theme... Just forget it.  That isn't what this book is.  I am not going to tell you what it is and what Suicide Note means.  That is something you have to find out for yourself.
Take a ride in two people who's lives intercept and change paths in one chance meeting.  These two where heading in different directions and never thought that they would find one another and save each other in so many ways.
The love that ensues will fill your heart.  This isn't a love that develops over night. Friendships, even the new friendships, can evolve naturally. This is a naturally evolving story of friendship, love, family, self-discovery and acceptance.
I don't think anyone will be disappointed with this book.  I didn't know exactly what I was expecting in this story, but I got more than I could have expected.  The title threw me off.  I put off reading it because I thought it was going to be a dark story, which I wasn't in the mood for.  I saw someone say that it isn't what you expect from the title in any way.  They were right!  This book is a book to stop putting off and just read!