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The Lucky One – Nicholas Sparks

North Carolina, romance, fiction.

Rating 10/10

Logan Thibault found a photograph of a woman in the dirt while serving in the Marines. This photograph has brought him immense luck of winning and surviving. He finds that this photo is his lucky charm. The woman on the photo is named Elizabeth and this causes him to cross the country to her. He learns that she is a divorced and mother of a young child. At first their relationship is rocky since he came out of nowhere. Elizabeth comes to love him more and more. Her son, Ben, gets along with Logan very well. Clayton, a man he met prior to venturing out to Elizabeth, is Elizabeth’s ex. Clayton threatens to tell Elizabeth the truth. Clayton reveals the truth to Elizabeth himself, telling her how Logan obtained the photograph. Elizabeth confronts Logan and Logan tells the truth. During their fight, Ben runs to his safe house in the middle of a storm. Logan and Elizabeth go hunt to find him. Afterwards, they learned that fate truly brought them together and love was the result of their fates.

I loved this novel and was the first Nicholas Sparks books I’ve read. I had read this one years ago and decided to reread and do a review because I loved this novel that much. I mean, one of my friends had recommended to me this and I ventured out to find this novel and several other Sparks books. This one was so good. I just don’t have other words to describe honestly other than one has to read for themselves. There is so much romance and enough drama to get the plot going. I couldn’t help but having to read the novel again even though I know what is going to happen, but it was worth the reread. The plot is so thick yet not too thick that the reader loses interest. There is perfect dialogue that is very natural and doesn’t feel forced as other romances I’ve read.

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