Dec 16, 2011 10:19 AM EDT
The Final Note
by Jim Menick, Executive Editor, Reader's Digest Books
If you like Nicholas Sparks, you’ll like Kevin Alan Milne. In this story, a starry-eyed young couple find love in romantic Vienna. But instead of marriage leading to the expected happily-ever-after, it leads to real life, and all the things in the world that a couple must face to remain a couple—if they’re going to remain a couple. You root for the characters in this book, but you understand them too. Milne has a way with people that makes them real, flaws and all. Reading this with a handkerchief nearby is recommended.