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Two ex-boyfriends wake up together with wedding rings on their fingers and have no idea how they got there. You only have one New Year’s Eve at the end of 1999 to find out in this big-hearted, nostalgic romantic comedy from New York Times bestselling author Allison Winn Scotch.
When college sweethearts Frankie and Ezra split before graduation, they vowed never to speak to each other again. Ten years later, on the eve of the new millennium, they meet for the first time on their snowy, scenic New England campus for the wedding of their mutual friends.
Frankie is on the rise as the music manager for the hottest bands of the late ’90s and Ezra is ready to propose to his girlfriend after the wedding. Everything goes according to plan, they just have to avoid the abyss of emotions that arise when they inevitably come face to face.
But when they wake up next morning in bed with Ezra’s grandmother’s diamond on Frankie’s finger, they have no memory of how they got there, nor of the events that happened the night before. Now Frankie and Ezra must shelve old grievances to figure out what happened, what didn’t… and ask themselves the most troubling question of all: what if they were both wrong the first time?
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This is a surprisingly moving and insightful novel about looking back ten years after a relationship ended to examine the past and examine how time has allowed the couple to reflect and grow.
Frankie and Ezra were together throughout college and broke up in amazingly dramatic fashion on graduation day. At 22, they thought they knew each other, but in the end they didn’t either. Now, at 32, on the eve of the new millennium, both have returned to their college campuses to attend a mutual friends’ wedding. The morning after the rehearsal dinner, they wake up in Ezra’s old bedroom, in bed together, both wearing wedding rings, with neither remembering anything from the night before. As they retrace their steps across campus, they must figure out what happened, and perhaps revisit what happened in the past.
I loved this flashback to the characters’ pasts and their realization that they were both to blame for their relationship problems. Ten years of life experience has given them a better understanding of their problems, but some of the discoveries come as they travel around campus. The chapters are from alternate points of view of Frankie and Ezra. I supported them, not necessarily as a couple, but as people who had to face their own shortcomings and learn from them.
The entire book is filled with ’90s nostalgia, and since I graduated from college around the same time as these characters, much of the book felt familiar and wistful. I wish I had been as strong as Frankie to go my own way back then.
Scotch has written another wonderful character-based novel. The only problem I had was that I had a lot of energy for “Are we getting married last night?” spent. and trying to find the ordained friend to find out if he performed the ceremony, ignoring the pesky question of a marriage license and other logical things like that. Otherwise, I really enjoyed the book and the ending was wonderfully sweet.
I love Allison Winn Scotch novels. You will always be drawn to the richly drawn characters, love them or hate them. You will always be satisfied with the ending, even if it didn’t go the way you wanted it to. This book is a long, slow walk through the characters past and present. Frankie Harriman and Ezra Jones dated for two years in college. It ended badly and now they are back at their old university to marry two of their friends.
They wake up together in bed in Ezra’s old bedroom the morning after rehearsal dinner. They can’t remember what happened, but they know that they both have rings on their left hands. They married? Our story guides us through their search for answers. Little by little we learn about the events of the previous night. Along the way, they realize their own mistakes in what happened back then. I think that’s what I liked best. They were adults recognizing their own shortcomings and realizing what they really were. You might want to shake them a few times along the way. I love it when I get so involved in a story.
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