The story opens with Ken Stone sitting next to his wife, Danielle, as she lies dying in a hospital bed. From there his memories take hold as he relives how they met fell in love and made a life together.
With the love of his life gone, Ken lives a listless existence until the time they can be reunited.
Endless read more like a relaxed memoir than a story. It was as if I was sitting with a friend as they mourned the loss of a loved one. It didn't have the tension or suspense I've come to expect in stories.
If you’re in the mood to hear a tender recollection of two people's lifelong romance, this would be the book for you.
Danielle and Ken found each other under a bridge during a store. They marry and have the kind of life some people only dream of. Now, as Danielle lies in a hospital bed, dying Ken at her side, can their love surpass even death?