The Year of Living Biblically: One Man's Humble Quest to Follow the Bible as Literally as Possible, written and read by A.J.
The ChoiceSamanthaLynnGabby Holland is determined to show off her savvy, new found independence to her new neighbour Travis Parker, but it proves to be more difficult than she anticipated. As it turns out, Travis is gorgeous and even worse, flirtatious!
Travis is a character we fall in love with immediately. He has a casual disposition but also an evident intelligence. He has been through countless relationships which is why he is surprisingly intrigued by the new neighbour. She’s different than the previous girls he has dated, and somehow he cannot stop thinking about her. Little does he know, their relationship will force him to face the most difficult choice of his life.
The book is a typical Nicholas Sparks fiction, complete with timeless love, sacrifice and just enough drama to keep the reader glued to the pages!
Personally, I really loved the novel! The casual banter between the characters and the climatic drama makes for a fabulous read. Although, I have to admit that the ending, which is a major feature of any novel, was disappointing. Of course, this is a personal aversion and I still encourage you read the Sparks classic.