NY columnist goes to small town NC to write a story disproving lights in nearby cemetery are ghosts. He meets librarian and falls in love. Ends up staying in NC.
I was completely bored reading True Believer. The story lacked substance and build-up. The lovemaking scene was rushed and a huge letdown - it was almost like the author was embarassed. Plus, the ending re: the mystery was disappointing. Sorry, not usually such a complainer but it was a dud.
Still love Nicholas Sparks, but this wasn't one of my favorites. Still good, but not GREAT. I didn't like the fact that the main characters are SOOO in love in a couple of days and felt the need to hop into bed within a couple of days.
I am reading the sequel, and I hope it doesn't disappoint me in the morals area....
" True Believer" is absolutely an awesome story. I also really like "At First Sight." I would recommend people to read first "True Believer" then you can read "At First Sight" I like that finally Jeremy's wish came true, and the way the miracle happened.
Could not renew was on hold did not read
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This novel is true to its name, it makes Jeremy a "True Believer" that miracles really can happen, and without scientific proof.
I love this author.
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