Summary

How far can you run from your past? Jeremy Marsh once vowed he would never do three things: leave New York City, give his heart away again after barely surviving one failed marriage, and, most of all, become a parent. Now Jeremy is living in the small town of Boone Creek, North Carolina, married to Lexie, the woman he loves, and anticipating the birth of their daughter. Life seems to be settling down - until a disturbing and mysterious message appears from the past. Wounds he thought had healed are re-opened, and Jeremy realises his old life is closer to him than he thinks.
©2005 Nicholas Sparks (P)2005 Time Warner AudioBooks
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1 out of 5 stars
By Pepe on 16-12-16

just another story of a weak man

It's my second book of Sparks and it's going to be the last one. On both titles he depicted weak men being manipulated by women. The narration itself is good but the characters and the story itself lack strength.

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