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A house full of love. A house full of secrets.#1 New York Times bestselling author Nicholas Sparks is back with his best novel yet.*Trevor Benson never intended to return to North Carolina. But here he is, back where it all began.Trevor found himself unable to resist the call home when he inherited a tumbledown cabin from his grandfather. He's come back to live the simple life but nothing here is simple. There's Callie, the sullen local teenager who seems to know more than she should about Trevor's grandfather's death. And there's Natalie, the deputy sheriff intent on making a point and lingering in Trevor's mind long after she's left his porch.In a bid to unravel Natalie and Callie's secrets and to find out what really happened to his grandfather, Trevor is about to learn more than he's bargained for - that sometimes, in order to move forward, we have to return to the place where it all began.Praise for Nicholas Sparks:'A fiercely romantic and touching tale' Heat'An A-grade romantic read' OK!'Pulls at the heartstrings' Sunday Times'An absorbing page-turner' Daily Mail'This one won't leave a dry eye' Daily Mirror
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"I love this book but I’m a little bit biased because I love all Nicolas Sparks￼￼ books "
"This was more of a “light mystery” than a love story. Sparks tends to write light and predictable, and this was no exception. His more recent books like this don’t seem to have the same pull for me as some of his first books. 3/5"
"Loved this. It's my first book by Nicholas Sparks, I completely enjoyed that emotional journey lol on to the next!"
"I have been a long time fan of Nicholas Spark, but honesty I feel like he has lost his spark. In this “love story”, I had zero connections with the characters. I felt that they lacked depths and the story line didn’t only feel rushed but lacked any kind of romance. I don’t know if I’ve outgrown Nicholas Sparks or he has become so comfortable writing his clichè stories that he is not even putting any effort into them. The characters are unlikable and only frustrated me. "