Transcript for Nicholas Sparks Releases New Love Story 'See Me'
Love is in the air. The king of romance is back with a new love story. It's called "See me" and ABC's Sara Haines sat down with the one and only Nicholas sparks. Over 100 million books sold worldwide, 10 major motion pictures with the 11th on the way. Author Nicholas sparks has definitely earned his title of the king of romance. Very lofty tight toll carry. Sure, why not. Sparks is back with his 18th novel, see me. I caught up with the renowned author of LE parker meridian in New York to chat about his latest page turner. It has a thriller aspect. Twisty mystery thriller. Old favorites -- You want to step aboard? I love that one. Reporter: And, of course, Ryan gosling. Anything with him? It's not over. Reporter: How do you keep doing this? I know, right? I don't know. Strange but I don't even think of it in those terms. It just kind of adds up. Reporter: Tell me about "See me." "See me" is this good love story with two great original characters but it's also a novel that devolves into a very twisty mystery thriller by the end. Reporter: Sparks' films filled with Hollywood's biggest headliners like Richard Gere, Robert Wright, Liam Hemsworth, Miley Cyrus and Rachel Mcadams. Have you ever seen someone perform on screen and you're like I'll get this guy or girl to be in my movie. Oh, yeah, Channing Tatum. In "Step up" and you're like, okay, that guy is going to be a star. Let's move him on in. Reporter: While sparks keeps mum about who he would cast at "See me's" top man, I have ideas of my own. Tom hardy. He would be so good. Yeah. If you need someone to stand in and read lines for you, I will play next to Tom hardy. Now the father of five says he's about a third of the way done with his next love story and still has plenty more left to tell. Have you ruined men for your daughter? That's what my daughter tells me and I feel bad about that. I'm like, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to. I'm okay. I'm a nice guy. You can meet me. Bring it on in. That's fine. Just be a gentleman. Reporter: For "Good morning America," czar Sara Haines, ABC news, New York. Thank you, Sara. "See me" is available right now.
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