I certainly found Groom and Doom: A Greek Love Story very interesting. I loved the fact that is in in first person. I learned in Greek weddings the best man switches the bridal crowns three times. I certainly did not expect the father-in-law to be so domineering that he interferred with the loving couple's bliss and happiness. However, too often, at least one parent will sponge off one of their children as Stavros's father did. Stavros felt he had to put his family first before his beautiful Angela. The happiest day of Angela's life was tainted by Georgius, her over-bearing father-in-law.
I believe it is true that Life's challenges are meant to make you stronger and this Greek Love story definitely had a lot of challenges.
To the author - I liked the post-divorce dream. I have also cried to sad songs both before the wedding and after.
I have a question for readers: Do you believe in magic?
Jeannie Walker - Award Winning Author of "Fighting the Devil" - A True Story of Consuming Passion, Deadly Poison, and Murder