Review: Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks

My Rating: ★★★★☆

Genre: Adult; Contemporary Romance

Plot: Katie moves to Southport with a large bucket of secrets, determined to be left alone, but that changes when she meets Alex, the owner of the store where she shops, and his two children.

My thoughts: This was a good book. I flew through it. I couldn’t put it down. I constantly wanted to know more about Katie’s secrets, and the last hundred pages or so flew by. I’m not usually one for lovey-dovey books, but I think that this book is fantastic, and maybe even intense. The twist in the last chapter probably could have been wrapped up a little better, but it ended the story nicely

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