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By Nicholas Sparks
There are some things Jeremy Marsh was once definite he'd by no means do: he'd by no means go away long island urban; by no means supply his middle away back after slightly surviving one failed marriage; and, such a lot of all, by no means turn into a mother or father. Now, Jeremy resides within the tiny city of Boone Creek, North Carolina, married to Lexie Darnell, the affection of his existence, and expecting the start in their daughter. yet simply as his lifestyles seems settling right into a pleased trend, an unsettling and mysterious message re-opens outdated wounds and units off a series of occasions that would endlessly swap the process this younger couple's marriage.
Dramatic, heartbreaking and miraculous, it is a tale in regards to the love among a guy and a lady and among a mother or father and a toddler. greater than that, it's a tale that fantastically portrays how an analogous emotion which could holiday your middle is usually the one who will eventually heal it.
While the unconventional choices up the story of Lexie Darnell and Jeremy Marsh that begun in True Believer and should satisfaction fanatics of that novel, it stands by itself as one in every of Nicholas Sparks's so much deeply relocating love tales.
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Yes. ” “I love you. you recognize that, correct? ” “Yeah,” Jeremy stated, “I recognize. ” Lexie was once quiet at the different finish, and it used to be merely after striking up that Jeremy discovered he hadn’t acknowledged the phrases in go back. Does belief must be earned? Or is it easily an issue of religion? Hours later, Jeremy nonetheless wasn’t definite. irrespective of what percentage occasions he went over the questions, he wasn’t definite what to do. may still he remain at Greenleaf? Head to Lexie’s to attend for her? Or payment to determine if she used to be relatively at Doris’s? That’s what it got here right down to, he idea. used to be she relatively there? He intended he might get a hold of a few type of believable excuse and speak to Doris to determine, yet wouldn’t that suggest he didn’t belief her? And if this is the case, why on the earth have been they getting married? since you love her, an internal voice replied. And he did, he admitted, yet on my own in his quiet room at Greenleaf, he couldn’t support yet wonder if or no longer it was once blind love. within the years he’d been married to Maria, he’d by no means as soon as been suspicious of her whereabouts, even towards the top in their dating. He’d by no means known as over to her mom and dad to examine to work out if she was once quite there, seldom known as her at paintings, and purely infrequently popped in all of sudden. She’d by no means given him a cause to question her approximately something, and for the lifetime of him, he couldn’t keep in mind even contemplating it. yet what did that suggest whilst it got here to him and Lexie? It appeared as though he had perspectives of her—one within which they frolicked jointly and he chided himself for his paranoia; the opposite once they have been aside and he allowed his mind's eye to run wild. however it wasn’t thoroughly wild now, was once it? He had visible Lexie and Rodney maintaining palms. whilst requested at once what she’d performed that day, she hadn’t pointed out even seeing him. He had bought an odd e mail, one from an individual who’d taken nice pains to conceal who she or he was once. And whilst Doris was once conversing approximately Rachel, Lexie’s simply query were even if Rodney appeared indignant. however, if she did have emotions for Rodney, why not only admit them? Why conform to marry Jeremy? Why purchase a home and buy groceries for the newborn and spend nearly each night with Jeremy? due to the child? Lexie was once conventional, Jeremy knew, yet she didn’t have a Fifties way of thinking. She’d lived with a boyfriend in big apple, had a passionate fling with Mr. Renaissance . . . she wasn’t the sort to throw away a existence with the guy she really loved—assuming it was once Rodney—for the sake of a child. Which intended, after all, that she enjoyed Jeremy, simply as she’d instructed him at the cell. simply as she informed him at any time when they have been jointly. simply as she whispered once they have been entwined in every one other’s hands. there has been no cause to not think her, he determined. None in any respect. She used to be his fiancée, and if she acknowledged she was once at Doris’s, then that’s the place she was once. finish of tale, with the exception of something: He someway doubted she was once there. outdoor, the sky had grew to become to black, and from his seat he might see the limbs of timber swaying lightly within the breeze. New spring leaves lined the as soon as barren branches, they usually glowed silver within the gentle of the crescent moon.