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    • Amber Logan

      Nights in Rodanthe - Absolute favorite book and movie.

    • Jessica Evitts

      Nights in Rodanthe. Another Nicholas sparks novel worth reading.. :-)

    • Camille Andrew Norris

      Another great book and movie. I love Nicholas Sparks books

    • Amelio Rodriguez

      Nights in Rodanthe by Nicholas Sparks: Another very good book by Nicholas Sparks. I saw this movie long before I read the book and I can picture Diane Lane playing the lead role as I read this. Great story.

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