After knowing the side of Sky’s story from her point of view, now it’s Holder’s turn to tell his side of the story.
In the journey of grieving his sister’s death, accompanied by the infamous tattoo “HOPELESS”, Dean Holder starts it all with a journal he writes, in which all the pages in it are as though letters he wrote to Les, his sister. In them, he wrote about how he felt like he had failed Less just like how he had failed Hope, a girl from his childhood whose kidnapping he blamed on himself.
And then he met Sky, who is exactly who Hope could have been if she grew up.
But telling Sky the truth he suspects would mean losing her. Again.
Dean Holder tells their childhood memories, about the pinkie-promise and the sky. Losing Hope is not the least bit less wonderful than Hopeless, but one thing remains a wonder…
How can Dean Holder still be mysterious after his mystery is unraveled?