There are a few things Jeremy Marsh was sure he'd never do: he'd never leave New York City; never give his heart away again after barely surviving one failed marriage; and, most of all, never become a parent. Now, Jeremy is living in the tiny town of Boone Creek, North Carolina, married to Lexie Darnell, the love of his life, and anticipating the birth of their daughter. But just as his life seems to be settling into a blissful pattern, an unsettling and mysterious message re-opens old wounds and sets off a chain of events that will forever change the course of this young couple's marriage. Dramatic, heartbreaking and surprising, this is a story about the love between a man and a woman and between a parent and a child. More than that, it is a story that beautifully portrays how the same emotion that can break your heart is also the one that will ultimately heal it. While the novel picks up the tale of Lexie Darnell and Jeremy Marsh that started in True Believer and will delight fans of that novel, it stands on its own as one of Nicholas Sparks's most deeply moving love stories.
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by Charles Portis
by Daniel Wallace
by Man Martin
by Thomas Berger, Larry McMurtry
by Martin Clark
by Amber Sparks
by Nicholas Sparks
"Jeremy Sparks, noted science columnist, meets Lexie Darnell, small town North Carolina librarian. Their light affair turns serious when Lexie becomes pregnant, and marriage plans commence. Suddenly mysterious emails question if Jeremy is really the father. Not surprisingly, he also is plagued by persistent writer's block. David Aaron Baker reads this strange story in an appealing conversational style. When he characterizes Jeremy and Lexie arguing, he moves from good to excellent, catching the anger, jealousy, and fear of loss with exquisite voice and tone definition. He also excels when he portrays the psychic grandma, meddling mayor, and sullen ex-boyfriend. G.D.W. (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"
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