Do you believe in lucky charms?
While in Iraq, U.S. Marine Logan Thibault finds a photo, half-buried in the dirt, of a woman. He carries it in his pocket, and from then on his luck begins to change. Back home, Logan is haunted by thoughts of war.
Over time, he becomes convinced that the woman in the photo holds the key to his destiny. So he finds the vulnerable and loving Beth and a passionate romance begins. But Logan battles with the one secret he has kept from Beth: how he found her in the first place. And it is a secret that could utterly destroy everything they love....
©2008 Nicholas Sparks (P)2008 Hachette Audio
“There are only two people who can get away with writing chick-lit: Jodi Picoult and Nicholas Sparks . . . Sparks has delivered another brilliantly addictive read” (London Lite)
"A strictly curl-up-on-the-sofa-on-your-own affair . . . A guiltier than guilty pleasure - race through it with lots of tissues" (Heat)
"Sparks writes unashamedly romantic novels that make women weak at the knees . . . Once again, Sparks certainly flies." (Closer)
I have a busy career, travel a lot and don't have much time to read, so I listen to Audio books. I love reading!
In true Nicholas Sparks brilliant writing. A good storyline, ticks all the boxes. Romance, adventure, outdoors and free spirited. I wasn't dissapointed.
The story is beautiful, slowly weaving you into the fabric of the world created by Sparks and the narrator is eloquent and captures each of the several voices so well that one can immediately tell one from the other
Logan is one of those men one hopes to meet in real life but the dog Zeus takes the cake!
As I said earlier, the way he captured each voice of the tale brings a dimension to the story I probably would have missed myself in reading the book
I can't really take the dog and Logan seems to predictable so Nana to glean her wisdom and enjoy her life stories and wry wit!
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