I truly liked this story about a guy, Joe, working to get back the girl, Lena, he lost after a disastrous almost wedding. Joe and Lena are moments from saying “I Do” when a completely ugly, oh my gosh, no way event caused Lena to turn and run from the altar. She trips, hits her head and forgets all about her wedding to and love for Joe.
Actually, it is good to have happened because both Joe and Lena have things they need to do for themselves-things that they would not have realized without the failed wedding. These are big things: grow up, get some direction, quit floundering through life. It reads as a totally relatable work in today’s world.