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Can true love heal a shattered past? Written by beloved storyteller Nicholas Sparks—of Message in a Bottle and The Notebook fame—this bittersweet tale will captivate anyone who loves top-notch romantic fiction. In Safe Haven, Kate arrives in the small town of Southport struggling with a dark secret and determined to avoid personal ties. But as she gets to know Alex, a local shop owner, she has to choose between a life of guarded safety and something riskier but far more rewarding.

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