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A moving, altogether heart-warming and simultaneously gut-wrenching story from the master of romance and heartache. It has all the telltale signs of what he is rightfully known for and it’s one of those stories that only he can tell best.

Tru Walls, a safari guide, travels from Zimbabwe to Sunset Beach, North Carolina to meet his biological father. Hope Anderson, struggling with her father’s diagnosis and her recent break up with her boyfriend of six years, travels to Sunset Beach for her best friend’s wedding. The five days Tru and Hope spend together forever changes the course of their lives.

Nicholas Sparks is a master storyteller, and one who constantly draws inspiration from his own life experiences and Every Breath is no different. The book begins with Nicholas Spark’s explaining how he came across Tru and Hope’s story through a mailbox. This was inspired by The Kindred Spirit mailbox found on Bird Island in North Carolina. It was put up in 1983 and people around the world, come to read the letters left in the mailbox and to write their own.?Kindred Spirit Spark’s personal investment within Tru and Hope’s story is evident as he creates a wonderful world, brimming with love, hope, sacrifice and miracles. Due to Spark’s own love for Africa, specifically Zimbabwe, Tru’s story feels incredible authentic and Spark’s passion shines through in the beautiful descriptions of the African landscape.  You will be in awe with the characters’ strength, resilience, and loyalty and feel your heart break for them as they endure hard decisions and situations, no one should go through. While the ending is quite bittersweet, it will leave you feeling satisfied and whole.

Take this journey with Tru and Hope. You will fall in love with them and Sunset Beach.

  • Every Breath - Nicholas Sparks

    From the number one bestselling author of The Notebook and Two by Two comes an unforgettable tale of enduring love. There are times when destiny and love collide. This story is one of them. Hope Anderson is at a crossroads. After six years with her boyfriend, she is no longer sure what she wants, and when her father becomes ill she heads to her family's cottage at Sunset Beach in North Carolina to make some difficult decisions. Tru Walls has been summoned across an ocean from where he was born and raised in Zimbabwe by a letter from a man claiming to be his father. In journeying to Sunset Beach, Tru hopes to unravel the mystery surrounding his mother's life, but the letter will lead him in an unexpected direction. When these two strangers' paths cross, their chance encounter sets in motion a heart-breaking story - one that will transcend decades, continents and the workings of fate.

Jemma Rowe

Jemma Rowe

Publicist at Hachette Australia and mother of a miniature dachshund named after Henry VIII. I love reading romance as much as I love drinking wine. Never put a gun to my head and make me choose between them.

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