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Ah, the wedding day. A romantic time that celebrates the union of two individuals and the joining of two families. What could be better, right? Wrong! The Jennifer Carmichael/Stuart Graham wedding is full of dysfunction, stress, and the reopening of old wounds, one of which threatens to derail the entire weekend. If that isn't enough pressure, the inclusion of "The Notebook," a missive of instructions from the bride's deceased mother, looms over everyone involved. VERDICT Hilderbrand's latest (after Summerland) blends humor with family drama in a style similar to the novels of Jane Green and Emily Giffin. The inclusion of multiple points of view from characters of varying ages and a twist on what seems at first to be a predictable plot point gives this title broad appeal to both young and older women. Another summer delight for fans of women's fiction. [See Prepub Alert, 11/30/12.]-Amber McKee, Cumberland Univ. Lib., Lebanon, TN (c) Copyright 2013. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.