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At First Sight

At First Sight There are a few things Jeremy Marsh was sure he d never do he d never leave New York City never give his heart away after barely surviving one failed marriage and never become a parent Now Jeremy is l

  • Title: At First Sight
  • Author: Nicholas Sparks
  • ISBN: 9780446698467
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Paperback
  • There are a few things Jeremy Marsh was sure he d never do he d never leave New York City never give his heart away after barely surviving one failed marriage and never become a parent Now Jeremy is living in the tiny town of Boone Creek, North Carolina, engaged to Lexie Darnell, the love of his life, and anticipating the start of their family But just as his life seeThere are a few things Jeremy Marsh was sure he d never do he d never leave New York City never give his heart away after barely surviving one failed marriage and never become a parent Now Jeremy is living in the tiny town of Boone Creek, North Carolina, engaged to Lexie Darnell, the love of his life, and anticipating the start of their family But just as his life seems to be settling into a blissful pattern, a mysterious and disturbing e mail sets off a chain of events that will change the course of this young couple s relationship How well do we really know the ones we love How do we handle the inevitable doubts, fears concerning parenthood, and stumbling blocks that are sometimes placed in our way Continuing the story of the young couple introduced in Sparks s bestselling True Believer, this novel captures all the heartbreak, tension, romance and surprises of those who are newly wed An astonishing tale about the love between a man and a woman and between a parent and a child, At First Sight is about endings that bring new beginnings tragedies that lead to unexpected joy and, most of all, the magic of everlasting love.

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    1. Books Ring Mah Bell on said:

      DEAD SOMETHING ALERT! DEAD SOMETHING ALERT!STOP READING THIS REVIEW NOW BECAUSE THERE IS A SPOILER OF SORTS HERE!CONTINUE ON IF YOU DARE.Why do I read this crap when I know he's gonna kill someone off every time!???!?Screw you, Sparks!

    2. treehugger on said:

      Ok, usually I really like Sparks - his books are enjoyable, quick reads that don't take too many brain cells and sometimes give you a few warm fuzzies.Now, I didn't put this together with "True Believer" until I started to write this review, so I was pissed throughout the entire book because there was NO detail about how they fell in love, so it was completely unbelievable - it sounded like Jeremy was constantly trying to talk himself into believing he was in love. I was listening to this one in [...]

    3. Jordan on said:

      I only ever pick up Nicholas Sparks because I lovedThe Notebook, but this time it was a mistake. The three main events in the book are:1. Jeremy and Lexie are getting married, but someone is trying to break them up. 2. Their baby could die or be born with a deformity. 3. Ta-da! Neither of those happen! Lexie just dies in childbirth instead. But her death had nothing to do with the the threats to their relationship or the disease the baby didn't get, it was just a freak accident. So by the end, t [...]

    4. Dana on said:

      Well, so far this book makes me want to die while vomiting. Patently unoriginal and laden with cliches, this book is about a romance between 2 people in their thirties who have the emotional development of teenagers. The characters' thoughts and behaviors are trite, predictable & almost always stereotypical. This book is a Harlequin romance packaged as literature, except not as good.

    5. Dana on said:

      After reading many Nicholas Sparks books, I thought that he lost his magic. I no longer cried for any of his books and my rating lessened to 3-4 stars. So, when I first saw this book, it had 'boredom' written all over it. But little did I know that this book was that "tear-trigger" of a book!! The guy is wicked! He made me cry. Uncontrollably! I mean how could he do this!? I thought this book was gonna end with a happy note just like True Believer (its first part!). But here I'm crying like neve [...]

    6. Ahmad Sharabiani on said:

      At First Sight (Jeremy Marsh & Lexie Darnell, #2), Nicholas SparksAt First Sight is a romance novel by Nicholas Sparks, written in 2005. Set in North Carolina, United States, At First Sight is the sequel to Sparks’ previous book, "True Believer", written in the same year. At First Sight, was originally the result of a 45-page epilogue in True Believer. Sparks’ editor thought this was too long for an epilogue, and damaged the effect of True Believer. It was then that Sparks got the idea t [...]

    7. Erin on said:

      Nicholas Sparks brings back the characters first introduced in True Believer - Jeremy Marsh, a writer from New York City; and Lexie Darnell, the small-town, southern librarian. In At First Sight, Jeremy and Lexie are preparing for their upcoming wedding shortly after Jeremy's move down to Boone Creek, N.C. to be with her. On top of the wedding stress, the couple is also trying to keep it under wraps that Lexie is pregnant.The book follows Jeremy and Lexie through the pregnancy, the subsequent pu [...]

    8. Rhiannon on said:

      Horrible book! I didn't know Sparks had it in him. I usually love his novelsey're easy, feel-good reads. But this one, ulgh, where do I start?The characters (especially Lexie) were SO annoying through the whole thing. Lexie wasn't willing to sacrifice anything to be with Jeremyhe had to move to Boone Creek, in the middle of nowhere, and do everything else on her terms. Bought the house she wanted, the renovations she wanted, in the city she wanted etcd meanwhile, she didn't even seem grateful th [...]

    9. Michelle on said:

      Save yourself $8 and get somebody to beat you with a stick, or run over you with a small car. It will be the same feeling you get from reading this book, and at least then you might get a sympathy card or some flowers. Not only was this book depressing, but the tragety was unrealistic, farfetched and unrelenting. Somebody do the world a favor and buy Nick Sparks a prescription to Prozac.

    10. Abril Camino on said:

      No sé ni por dónde empezar a hablar de este despropósito de libro. En lo positivo me quedo con que Sparks mantiene su voz propia, esa que hace que una novela suya sea reconocible entre mil. Y poco más.En lo negativo, empecemos: la traducción y la edición del libro deja mucho que desear. Además de algunas faltas de ortografía, hay una repetición de expresiones que se hace insufrible ("ni tan solo", por ejemplo, aparece constantemente, y ni siquiera es una expresión natural en español). [...]

    11. Erin on said:

      This book just didn't do it for me. I found myself continuing to read it hoping that it would get better. I thought that Sparks was trying to make a book out of nothinghe should have left these characters as they were at the end of True Believeread he dragged them along and it ended up being a disaster.1. I hated the constant fighting old are these 2? It's called communication.2. Alvinyou pig. and lame.3. The ABSedless stress and making it seem just too dramatic.4. Killing Lexie? REALLY!?! After [...]

    12. Kendra on said:

      I hated this book almost from the start. First of all, Jeremy and Lexie meet, have sex, become pregnant, and get engagedl within six weeks. He doesn't know her middle name, who her friends are, or about a dozen other things you should know about someone when claiming they are the love of your life. He drops his entire life and moves from NYC to Boone Creek to live with Lexie because she refuses to live in NYC. Which isn't a shock considering the rest of the book depicts Lexie as a self-centered [...]

    13. Sara on said:

      I was kind of disappointed with this book. It is about Jeremy, who meets Lexie while on a writing assignment. Soon after, she becomes pregnant, and Jeremy arranges his life to be with Lexie; he moves to her hometown, they purchase a house, and he attempts to get his new life with her in order. I didn't feel much interested in the story, and it seemed kind of predictable. The ending was sad, but it did little to make me feel more connected to this book.

    14. Miriam Murcutt on said:

      At First Sight by Nicholas SparksJust like Jeremy and Lexie’s union, this book is really rather a waste of time. It puts you through a relationship from hell with no rewards in sight even if you manage to reach the back cover. This couple’s courtship and marriage is a dispiriting affair peppered with doubts, lies and Lexie-laid emotional minefields that no intelligent man (as Jeremy was portrayed to be) would have tolerated for 10 minutes, never mind 277 pages. Even the poor old baby that th [...]

    15. Charly on said:

      Sparks continues what he started in True Believer, not only with the story line but the wonderful twists. This is an author who is growing on me. Just when you think his story line is going to go down obvious paths he twists it around on you.

    16. Mashal Ahmad on said:

      I don't know what I was expecting when I started reading Nicholas Spark but it certainly was not this, not because it was astounding but ordinary. Ordinary up to the point of bewilderment. The writer has described things beautifully, the common problems in being a relationship,trust issues. The anxiety and fear relating with starting a new life, marriage, kids and parenting. Though things and events sometimes seems to get slower and tedious, but I like his way of describing feelings and emotions [...]

    17. Mayu on said:

      Quería leer esta bilogía hasta que descubrí que Nicholas mataba a su personaje principal, Lexie, y encima, tildándola de infiel, mala, mentirosa, y otras perlitas. Me parece horrible que le hiciera ESO a un personaje como Lexie, que es todo bondad. Encima, siempre debe morirse alguien. Y por lo general, las mujeres se llevan la palma. Pero Jeremy tiene suerte, su mujer se muere y él forma una familia feliz con otra mujer. Sí, porque los hombres deben ser afortunados y las mujeres deben mor [...]

    18. April on said:

      I picked this up on a whim at the airport, on my way to see clients in Texas. Up until then the only Sparks book I'd read was Nights in Rodanthe. I think I'd received it as a selection of the month once when I forgot to return the slip. Though I found the character descriptions to be a bit over the top, fantastical as it may have been I did enjoy the story. So much so, that a couple of weeks later I was travling again and I picked up True Believer.These books certainly aren't challenging my inte [...]

    19. Christina (GoodGirlKills) on said:

      This book was excruciating. It seemed like Jeremy and Lexie were teenagers in their first relationship. They did not talk to each other and were both so selfish. I really hated Jeremy for how he was acting and that he was so focused on sex. It was so annoying. I wanted to read about their romance but they just fought all the time, we're winning and juvenile. And then there was all the drama that was so unnecessary I couldn't care less. Sparks should have left this story alone after the first boo [...]

    20. Katie Bananas on said:

      This book was definitely better than Part 1. Overall a 3.75. I thought that Jeremy's sacrifice to essentially move to Boone Creek was a strong decision coming from a city boy, but this only proved that Lexie meant the world to him and their relationship got stronger throughout the book. I loved how Jeremy carried himself with their alternating stresses, but the end of the book, definitely wrecked me. Good read!!

    21. Selma on said:

      Ono kad dođeš do posljednje stranice i ne vjeruješ da je kraj, a suze teku li teku Pa to samo može Sparks! Divna, divna, divna!

    22. Dalia on said:

      بدأت فى قراءة الرواية لرغبتى فى القراءة لنيكولاس سباركس الذى تعجبنى الافلام المأخوذة عن رواياته وعندما فتحت الموقع لإضافة الكتاب تفاجات بأن أوائل التقييمات بنجمة واحدة . لاانكر انى شعرت بالاحباط لكنى قررت اكمال الرواية خاصة انى لم تضايقنى بدايتها والحمد لله انى لم اهتم بتق [...]

    23. Jess on said:

      Where to begin? This book was atrocious. I felt no connection to the characters at all. I am usually a huge fan of Sparks and his stories - Safe Haven and A Walk To Remember are two of my favorites and they will always be up there when it comes to great love stories. This? What a load of tripe. First of all, all of the characters are densely stupid. So much so that at times you will feel like you are a Harvard graduate when you're reading it. The mayor is REALLY, REALLY, REALLY involved in every [...]

    24. jack on said:

      I really want to hurt Nicholas Sparks bc I'm crying on Valentine's Day but i wouldn't stoop to that level. (WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY)

    25. Ker Malkin on said:

      *Edit: First off, I have no idea there was a prequel to this and I absolutely haven't read it yet. So just disregard any complaints or comments I've made below, concerning lack of details. Originally, my rating for this book was 2.5 stars but I couldn't do that here so I rounded it off. Nicholas Sparks is a great author, no doubt about that. But here's the thing. His books have exactly the same plot but only with different characters; and twists that would seem to make each of his books distingu [...]

    26. Brianne Durrant on said:

      I enjoyed “At First Sight”. This book is a great example of how two couples who hardly know each other, manage to make their relationship work. Jeremy, who is a journalist, travels to Boones Creek, South Carolina to write his column on "the Mysterious Lights." As he was doing his column, he met Lexie, who talked about her dead parents and visiting "the Mysterious Lights." In the two weeks he was there, he fell in love with her and decided to propose to her. Instead of coming back to New York [...]

    27. Janice on said:

      The followup to "True Believer", if published together as one story it would have made a great novel. But I liked it and enjoyed reading it. You may need kleenexes to get through it. There are few things Jeremy Marsh was sure he'd never do: he'd never leave New York City; never give his heart away again after barely surviving one failed marriage; and most of all, never become a parent. Now, Jeremy is living in the tiny town of Boone Creek, North Carolina, married to Lexie Darnell, the love of hi [...]

    28. Sadie Kaminske on said:

      "At First Sight" was the best love story I have read. Jeremy Marsh told himself that he would never give his heart away; he also promised himself that he would never leave New York. That all changed when he met Lexie Darnell he packed up and moved to Boone Creek, North Carolina. He is also starting a new family of his own. When he thinks everything is going good, he gets a chain email that changes everything. Now he has doubts and doesn't know if he is in love as he thought he was. I don't think [...]

    29. Karen & Gerard on said:

      This book is a romance between Jeremy, a successful New York magazine columnist, who falls in love with Lexie, a country girl, and moves to her neck of the woods away from the city. The author delves into the dynamics of friendship, commitment, marriage, pregnancy and fatherhood. It gave insights into the adjustments involved in entering and maintaining a serious relationship by centering on Jeremy's and Lexie's feelings as their relationship progressed. The ending surprised me so I'd say it is [...]

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