After reading The Wedding, my faith in Nicholas Sparks as a writer has been renewed. This time, instead of trying to believe that relationship can take place within the span of a day, we are taken through the last year of what should be a dying relationship. This time, there is something worth fighting for.
As I mentioned last time, romance without some conflict is boring. This is sequel our conflict is time itself and people getting comfortable with how the relationship has been for the last however many years. Yes, the relationship from the previous book is brought to the forefront several times. Still, this rendition is a lot more realistic, letting the readers know it wasn’t all sunshine and rainbows, as we were led to believe previously. There will be fights and disagreements, but love is hard work, and it’s best to always remember that.