Another excellent book in the Virgin River series! I love how these books continue on with each person's story, their lives running together just like small town life. This is a fantastic series, a fantastic book, and I'd recommend it to anyone!
This book was so emotional. How do you come to terms with getting a second chance at a girl that you always regretted not approaching, when the only reason you get your second chance is because your best friend died while at war? This book sucks you in and you ride the roller coaster with Paul and Vanessa through Matts death, the birth of their child with Paul by her side and then the realization of their love.
I love this series. Each book has new main characters but I really love to see the continuation of stories from previous books. I can't get enough of Jack and Mel who ancor the town and the books, not to mention the cameos from the Grace Valley crew. I love how each of her books have the main romance but she gives lots of supporting characters and relationships significant time. It's like watching a movie with multiple stories going on. I hope she never stops writing the virgin river books!
once again Robyn Carr out did herself. I read the book in one night. I love how she brings in new characters but keeps the old story lines going. I can not wait for the next two books in the series
I really wanted to love this book. Does that say it all? The two "main" characters of Vanni and Paul did nothing for me. I was much more interested in the back stories and of course Mel and Jack. Looking forward to the next in the series, but this one stank.
This fourth book in the Virgin River series follows the same formulaic pattern as the previous books -- strong, silent, macho men with hearts of gold fall in love with luscious, emotionally-bruised women willing ultimately to love again. Having said that, it is still highly readable romantic escapist fiction and if this is your genre, you will enjoy this book as much as the previous books in the series.