When Maggie Lindenberg was a little girl, she imagined her wedding day unfolding as smoothly as a fairy tale. She knew she would be in love with her soulmate and because of this, she'd also be ridiculously happy.
But, decades later, at the age of 23, Maggie agrees to marry Brian Wells and reality sets in.
Even after Brian proposes, Maggie is more ambivalent than happy.
She tells herself this is okay.
After all, she isn't the kind of person to get super excited about just anything. So what's a little ambivalence about one's engagement... right?
But, as her wedding day approaches, Maggie can't dismiss a gut feeling that Brian is lying to her about something.
In fact, sometimes she feels as if he's little more than a stranger.
Unable to put her finger on why she feels this way, Maggie decides to dismiss her negative thoughts and forge ahead with their wedding.
What she fails to realize is that her intuition is correct, and if she chooses to remain engaged to a stranger, her wedding day might be her last day on earth.
if you've read the book...