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The author of The Longest Ride and The Return returns with a story about the lingering legacy of first love and the decisions that haunt us for the rest of our lives.
Maggie Dawes’ life altered dramatically in 1996.
When she was sixteen, she was sent away to live with an aunt she hardly knew in Ocracoke, a rural hamlet on North Carolina’s Outer Banks, and all she could think about were the friends and family she had left behind… Until she met Bryce Trickett, one of the island’s few youngsters.
Bryce, a handsome, real West Point freshman, showed her how much she loved the wind-swept seaside town—and introduced her to photography, a passion that would define the rest of her life.
Maggie will be a well-known travel photographer by 2019.
She divides her time between owning a thriving gallery in New York and traveling the world to shoot distant locales.
This year, though, she is suddenly grounded for the holidays, having to come to grips with a grave medical prognosis.
As she becomes more reliant on a young assistant, she finds herself growing close to him. As they count down the final days of the season, she begins to tell him about another Christmas, decades ago—and the love that sent her on a path she could never have anticipated.
“If it’s never too early for Christmas in your world, get in the mood with this awww-worthy story of first love and its echoes that takes place during the holidays.”―Good Housekeeping
“Sure to top the book lists of romance fans near and far.”―CNN Underscored
“Sparks has definitely mastered the art of love.”―Associated Press
“Sparks is a poet . . . a master.”―Philadelphia Inquirer
“Nicholas Sparks is one of the best-known writers in America and overseas for good reason: He has written stories that reveal the yearning for our most prized possession: love.”―Mobile Register
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