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Book Review of Angel's Peak (Virgin River, Bk 10)

Angel's Peak (Virgin River, Bk 10)
Angel's Peak (Virgin River, Bk 10)
Author: Robyn Carr
Genre: Romance
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1

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.

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