For Amelia's second marriage, Gram gives her a visit to a wedding counselor. Not a marriage counselor, but someone who will advise how to achieve a perfect marriage through the perfect ceremony. Superstitious nonsense, Amelia thinks, but she doesn't want to offend Gram. But as the meeting progresses, Amelia realizes what the perfect wedding means - and why Gram wants her to have one.
You'd think that a story that lasts only thirty four minutes would move quickly; it doesn't. The first ten to twelve minutes is wasted but it does close strongly. Gram is a trip and Amelia manages to hit her stride about halfway through the story. The writer is talented; I chose this brief selection after reading her novel Bleed Through. This one is good enough to get a recommend from me.
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