This is a story of the renewal of love, of vows, of compassion, and how it is possible for a couple to learn how to love each other again no matter how disappointed one is in the other. I'm just incredibly touched with the story. In this book we get to read about a couple who has been married for 30 years and while they had an amazing marriage, with time it has become nothing as it used to be. Jane pouts until bedtime when she tells him what he has done now. Wilson and his wife Jane are growing apart and he senses that she no longer loves him.
All in all, it was good to read something different for a change. I don't even need to be picked up in the limo. So this is basically part 2 of The Notebook, the book and movie which made grown men cry. Things like that just don't happen in real life. You only remember the act….
His novels include fifteen 1 New York Times bestsellers, and all of his books, including Three Weeks with My Brother, the memoir he wrote with his brother, Micah, have been New York Times and international bestsellers, and were translated into more than fifty languages. There's another side to this so why lay blame? If asked, my own choice would be for option a. I just think books like this contribute to divorced women who sit at home reading sappy romances and wondering why they can't find a man like that. It is easy if you become so involved in work that you don't know what day it is. Some of the things I like…. Over all the book was ok.
I think the same thing that the novel was trying to convey was the same thing that made the characters flat for me. I also liked a lot of the self reflection and musings that were brought up throughout the story. How does Nicholas Sparks come up with this stuff? Truthfully - any wife would be moved - by the steps Wilson took to show Jane how committed he was to generating life - love - romance - and sincere vitality of freshness in their relationship. Again, if you read the book, you see that Shelby's hair is blonde, and her eyes are blue, and her skin is very fair. This woke him up to the fact his marriage was strained and his wife was sad.
His arguments for coming to that conclusion are very well rationalized. I was waiting for a conflict but there was none whatsoever. Very Good: A book that does not look new and has been read but is in excellent condition. These couple met and married each other. In other words, I wanted to create a love story between a married couple, one in which the husband decides to court his wife all over again.
By halfway through though, I had warmed up to Wilson and I loved all he was doing for Jane. And will it be enough? Nicholas Sparks is a great writer and I will be reading more of his novels. Realizations of how much time he lost because he's too busy at work and doesn't pay much attention to his family. The wait is now over. Despite the shining example of his in-laws, Noah and Allie Calhoun, and their fifty-year love affair originally recounted in The Notebook , Wilson himself is a man unable to express his true feelings. In this powerfully moving tale of love lost, rediscovered, and renewed, Nicholas Sparks once again brings readers his unique insight into the only emotion that ultimately really matters.
But despite all this, he's still madly in love with her. For these reasons, I find great nobility in people who work to improve their marriage and do their best to keep the romance in their marriage. Personally, it was too much materialism that drew away my interest for the romance in this one. At the same time this story was fermenting in my mind, I began thinking about the theme of love and renewal. I want to find rose petals all throughout the house and find a cute dress and high heels. These are conversations that bore me in real life, so why would I want to read them in a book I'm ostensibly reading for pleasure??? The more Nicholas Sparks novels I read, the more I love him as an author.
Wonderful Love Story I haven't read a book like this before! Sparks lives in North Carolina. The Wedding The Notebook, 2 , Nicholas Sparks The Wedding is a 2003 romantic novel by Nicholas Sparks. He spends his days sitting by the lake feeding a swan and now he's in hospital insisting he's all right. I love weddings, and I thought it would be a way to make the novel seem more universally romantic. There's no man alive who can honestly say those words and mean them. I want to find rose petals all throughout the house and find a cute dress and high heels. At first I was worried it was going to be lame because it makes it seem like it's going to be another story about what a jerk the main guy is and how he's neglecting his wife.