Angel's Peak - Virgin River, Bk 10 Author:Robyn Carr Four years ago, air force sweethearts Franci Duncan and Sean Riordan reached an impasse. She wanted marriage and a family. He didn't. But a chance meeting proves that the bitter breakup hasn't cooled their sizzling chemistry. — Sean has settled down in spite of himself -- he's not the cocky young fighter pilot he was when Franci left,... more » and he wants them to try again. After all, they have a history…but that's not all they share.
Franci's secret reason for walking away when Sean refused to commit is now three and a half: a redheaded cherub named Rosie who shares her daddy's emerald-green eyes. Sean is stunned -- and furious with Franci for the deception.
News travels fast in Virgin River, and soon the whole town is taking sides. Rebuilding their trust could take a small miracle -- and the kind of love that can move mountains.« less
Another very sweet story from Robyn Carr. The description is rather misleading, though. The residents of Virgin River do not take sides in any way.
The story line is entirely believable and even though Sean and Franci view past events differently, you can definitely see why both did what they did to get them to where they are now. Sean's awakening regarding his responsibilities and how he got where he is is entirely believable and very moving.
The other thing I liked about this book is something I like in all Robyn Carr's Virgin River books. That is the sub-plots about the residents of Virgin River. If there were a town like Virgin River, I would move there in a hot minute.
Another winner for Carr. I'm anxiously awaiting my copy of Moonlight Road (Aiden's story).
I loved this next book in the Virgin River series. I am especially glad this one kept us up more on what is going on with all the other characters we have come to love in this series. Thank you Robynn Carr for the escape I can make to Virgin River,especially at the end of a long hard work day.I hope the series continue for a long time.
I had a harder time with this one since I haven't read all the other in the series that came before this book. I have only read a few so Pastor Noah and Ellie's storyline seemed out of place to me. I am going to assume their story was in another book and this was a continuation.
I did enjoy the book though. I love how Carr's characters were so well-rounded. They had good and bad traits, nobody was perfect.
For example, the plotline for Sean and Franci wasn't a new one. Sean and Franci broke up four years later ago. When they accidentially met up Sean discovered he had a daughter. What made this so unique was that everything Sean and Franci did was justified and I understood how it came about. Their reactions were realistic and not overly melodramatic.
I also loved the side stories of Sean and Franci's mothers and what life / love would be like for older couples. It was nice to read about all the other residents of Virgin River.
I agree with the review that the backcover was very misleading. No one in the town took sides at all. Don't know who wrote the backcover but they didn't read the book before writing it.
It was a decent read although not my favortie. My only recommendation is that you read the other books in the series first. Don't start with this one if you have never read Carr before.