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How far would you go to keep the hope of love alive? That is the question that is explored in the hit novel by Nicholas Sparks.
I absolutely love a Nicholas Sparks book. There is always so much emotion in those pages. The Choice did not disappoint!
From the back cover –
Travis Parker has everything a man could want. In full pursuit of the good life, he holds the vague conviction that a serious relationship would only cramp his style. That is until Gabby Holland moves in next door.
This story is all about looking at the choices in front of us. Which path are you going to take when there are two completely different, but happy, outcomes?
Gabby has moved to this small town in North Carolina in order to be closer to her boyfriend, Kevin, whom she is sure will ask her to marry her…soon. But, when Kevin goes away on a business trip, and her neighbor invites her for an afternoon on his boat with friends, a spark happens. Does she really want to be with Kevin? She knows she loves him, but what will her life look like if she makes a different choice.
This book is made for the big screen and I am so excited that the movie, based on this book, comes out tomorrow, February 5th.
The book starts out with a prologue in the present day, and then Travis has a flashback to when he and Gabby met. The entire first part of the book is that short time span when he and Gabby meet, and the choices that they both are faced with. It is a love story, there is happiness and sadness, everything you expect from Nicholas Sparks!
I can’t wait to see how this love story translates in the movie. Watching the actors take hold of the characters and their emotion is going to be wonderful!
To watch Gabby struggle with her decisions, is she making the right decision by being with Kevin, they have been together so long and this is what she wants, isn't it. She knows she loves Kevin and sees their life in front of her. But, she also has a spark with Travis, and can see that life as well. Which one should she choose, neither is bad.
It is all about choices, we all face them every day. I know that I am constantly trying to make the *right* choices for me. It is a constant battle, whether in love or how to raise your children.
I can’t wait to see this movie! Are you going to see it? What is your favorite Nicholas Sparks book?