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The Best Kissing Scenes From Every Single Nicholas Sparks Movie

Get ready for ~all~ the feels.
PHOTO: (LEFT) The Notebook/New Line Cinema, (RIGHT) A Walk To Remember/Warner Bros. Pictures

The name Nicholas Sparks causes a lot of emotion in every fangirl's heart: Joy, sadness, heartache, betrayal, and even loss. Although his films deal with similar themes—star-crossed lovers, the passage of time, a love triangle—each one has its own unique story. 

For all you romantics at heart, here's a list of the best kissing scenes in film adaptation of all the Nicholas Sparks novels. We hope you have your tissues ready because you're gonna need them!

A Walk To Remember (2002)

The coming-of-age film EVERYBODY was talking about. A perfect movie to watch if you're in the mood to cry—Mandy Moore and Shane West break our hearts. Every. Single. Time.

Dear John (2010)

Channing Tatum isn't just a skilled dancer—he can tug at your heartstrings too. He'll definitely have you root for him and Amanda Seyfried's happy ending together!

The Best Of Me (2014)

This movie puts your timekeeping skills to the test, alternating between the past and current lives of Michelle Monaghan and James Marsden. After 21 years without seeing each other, can love find a way?

The Choice (2016)

What choices will you make for a happy ending? Teresa Palmer is caught between two loves—Benjamin Walker and Tom Welling (hello, Superman!). Alexandra Daddario also stars in this one.

The Last Song (2010)

BBs Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth. AKA the start of MIAM (or LILEY) as a couple IRL. Also, who didn't have "When I Look At You" on repeat?

The Longest Ride (2015)

This Western romantic drama starring Scott Eastwood and Britt Robertson is definitely a rollercoaster ride of emotions. You've been warned, people.

The Lucky One (2012)

Taylor Schilling is definitely a lucky woman—she got to kiss Zac Efron! Multiple times!

The Notebook (2004)

Starring Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams, this was the kiss heard (and felt) around the world. It also gave us unrealistic *kissing in the rain* standards.


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Message In A Bottle (1999)

The movie that started it all. A story of finding love only to lose it, then find it again, starring movie greats Kevin Costner, Robin Wright and Paul Newman.

Nights In Rodanthe (2008)

Can you really find love again after all the heartache and emotional trauma? This tearjerker starring Richard Gere and Diane Lane shows that it is possible to move on, as long as you have hope.

Safe Haven (2013)

What is love without trust? This is the dilemma Julianne Hough and Josh Duhamel face if they want their happy ever after.

BONUS: When The Notebook won Best Kiss at the 2005 MTV Movie Awards.

H-O-T. We're still not over this kiss (cue *fangirl giggles* ala Hilary Duff). We totally feel you, Lindsay Lohan. OMG, indeed!

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