All things considered, proposing to Kat was the easy thing. Now comes the hard part. What’s the best way to tell Fiona and all the other young women in his life that he’s getting married?
Might as well just do it and get it over with, right?
That was the best approach, he decided. For the most part, it went well…except for Fiona. In her opinion, he’s making a big mistake, one he’ll soon come to regret.
“You’ll be miserable and unhappy, Jonathan, and you’ll come running right back to me.”
Now, he’s a bit worried. What if Fiona is right?
What if he’s about to make the biggest mistake of his life?
Worse still, what if Fiona decides to cause trouble for Kat? With an anxious heart, Jonathan thinks back to a bit of poetry from English Lit 101, recalling the immortal lines William Congreve wrote:
Heav’n has no Rage, like Love to Hatred turn’d,
Nor Hell a Fury, like a Woman scorn’d.
Will Fiona try to stop the marriage?
Will her predictions come true?