A Bend in the Road

A Bend in the Road


A Book Review By Catie Hayes

A Bend in the Road


by Nicholas Sparks

Published by Warner Books


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In a tragic accident, the one thing that holds Miles Ryan's life together is gone. Miles is left a widower and his son, Jonah, is motherless. Haunted by the loss of his highschool sweetheart, Miles struggles to rebuild his life. He focuses all his energy into his job as Sheriff, although the case remains unsolved.

Sarah Andrews, reeling from a loveless marriage and bitter divorce, moves to New Bern with hopes of starting over. In a twist of fate, she and Miles meet at just the right time; both are ready to open their hearts. Although she is Jonah's teacher, Sarah and Miles cautiously form a friendship that leads to romance.

Neither know their happiness is overshadowed by a terrible secret. As Miles and Sarah grow closer, its revelation becomes inevitable, threatening any hopes of a life together.

"A Bend in the Road" is the story of loss, mystery, and love fighting against all odds to survive. It is a masterful examination of choices and consequences that leaves the reader craving more.

Review Copyright 2003 Catie Hayes

About the Reviewer:

Catie Hayes is founder/editor of WomanLinks.com. She is a freelance writer, a single homeschooling mom of two, and an avid fan of laughter, cats and chocolate (not necessarily in that order).

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