3rd in the trilogy and really all 3 need to be read in order or this one will probably not be all that special. This trilogy is similar to the Mitford series by Karon in that it's set in a small town and a LOT of other characters are introduced. In this one June is preggers and Jim is all set to tie the knot but June gets cold feet and this drags on a bit :-) and of course if you've read the first 2 books you know there's more drama going on and some new characters introduced.
She tied this series up as a trilogy but in Virgin River(new series) she has a brief scene or two with the 3 doctors(June, her dad, and John, the ob/gyn - think the kids/spouses are in this one a teeny bit too) and in some of the other Virgin River books you get to see more of John when the midwife in that series needs help.
I always look forward to Robyn Carr's books. She is able to give life to everyday people who are special. Nice to go to Grace Valley for a few hours and read about her characters. Colorful and well written.
THERE ARE 3 BOOKS IN THIS SERIES AND THEY ARE ALL GOOD. The story centers around a young, single doctor, June Hudson, who returns to her birth place in Grace Valley to inherit the post of full-time doc from her father.
I stayed up until 1:30 a.m. to finish this book and I was not disappointed. Carr did a good job bringing closure to the many stories she told in all three books without just listing each character's fate line by line. Let me repeat, I really enjoyed these books.