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by Nicholas Sparks

Genre: Mainstream, General Mainstream Fiction

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Noah and Allie's daughter, Jane, married Wilson Lewis nearly 30 years ago, but for the past few years, Wilson's been feeling like something's missing in their marriage. He even forgot their last anniversary.

While Wilson has always been a good provider, his work as an attorney frequently took precedence over family life, and Jane was often left alone to raise their three children. But all hope is not lost for Wilson, as forging a bond with Noah teaches him new lessons in love.

When Wilson and Jane's daughter, Anna, announces she's getting married within a week of her parents' anniversary, Wilson unexpectedly takes charge on his vacation time, arranging caterers, musicians, etc. The contrast between lasting love of three generations forms the basis for this emotion-filled read, which has a tender yet surprising ending. (Sep., 263 pp., $23.95)

Reviewed By: Sheri Melnick

Publisher: Warner

Published: September 2003

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