7 Heartwarming Books by Nicholas Sparks ...

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With the vast amount of romance books by Nicholas Sparks available, it only makes sense that he is often considered to be one of the biggest romantic fiction icons of the 21st century.

Whether you're laughing at all of the silly moments shared between lovers or crying at the heart-wrenching passages, the point is that Nicholas Sparks' writing has had an impact on you in a major way.

I will be the first person to admit that I used to think that I would never find myself so emotionally invested in his novels;

I'm glad to say that I was proven wrong on multiple occasions.

That being said, here are a few heartwarming books by Nicholas Sparks that are definitely worth reading.

1. A Walk to Remember

A Walk to Remember

"A Walk to Remember" will always be at the top of my list of books by Nicholas Sparks.

Inspired by his sister, this story revolves around the relationship between two teenagers who are complete opposites.

Despite the issues that begin to arise between them, the breaking point of the novel will leave you with sorrow, as well as questions on the fate of their love.

2. Dear John

Dear John

Honesty time begins now: I remember crying when I first read the book and then watched the film adaptation. It's almost as if Sparks has a special gift of drawing the readers in until they experience every emotion felt by the characters. This amazing book that incorporates beautifully written love letters is no different. Regardless of which version you choose first, the story will be just as compelling.

3. The Notebook

The Notebook

After finally getting around to reading this book, I can now say that I understand the amount of praise it received from both readers and the media.

As his first published novel, the overall premise of "The Notebook" definitely won me over from the first page.

Although I will hold back from giving too much away, I will say that this book helped convince me that love is the most powerful thing in the world.

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