Despite the shining example of Allie and Noah's marriage, Wilson is himself a man unable to easily express his emotions. A successful estate attorney, he has provided well for his family, but now, with his daughter's upcoming wedding, he is forced to face the fact that he and Jane have grown apart and he wonders if she even loves him anymore. Wilson is sure of one thing - his love for his wife has only deepened and intensified over the years. Now, with the memories of his in-laws' magnificent fifty-year love affair as his guide, Wilson struggles to find his way back into the heart of the woman he adores.
© 2003 Nicholas Sparks; (P) 2003 Time Warner AudioBooks
"The wistful, reflective tone of Sparks' newest love story shines through in Wopat's competent telling." (Publishers Weekly)
I always love a good romance! Especially sequels because they tend to make you fall in love with the characters. After reading The Notebook I just had to read. The Wedding! thanks for a beautyful story.
I would listen to it over and over again. I want to see the movie now!
Simply one of my best books I read in a long time!
It was a sweet book but a bit dull. I almost stopped listening to it. Also, it might sound weird but I cannot stand music playing for the chapter changes. It's SO lame & distracting.
Yes, you can't get any better than a Nicholas Sparks novel.
Any Nicholas Sparks book, thus far, all are top notch.
He has a way of bring each character to life.
It was a very moving story. Makes me want to do something special for my own anniversary.
Nicholas Sparks is a great author and I can only wish that he continues to write. I am looking forward to his next novel.
Listening to audio books help make the long commute into work tolerable. Favorites are Liane Moriarty and Jennifer Weiner.
This was my least favorite book that Sparks has written. Even though the narrator was good and the twist at the end was pleasing (done in true-Nicholas Sparks fashion), this book was hard to get through and very boring - a total snoozer! It dragged on and on. The narrator's thoughts were written in elaborate prose which I didn't think was natural. The most exciting parts about this book were references to Noah and Allie -- the narrator's in-laws.
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