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  • Mass Market Paperback: 410 pages
  • Publisher: Mira Books; Reprint edition (26 Oct. 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0778312941
  • ISBN-13: 978-0778312949
  • Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 2.6 x 16.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,032,071 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By tigersfan on 7 Mar. 2010
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Firstly let me say I felt driven to write this review in response to 'the most boring in the series so far'. While much of what that reviewer writes could be considered to be true, I think it was an unduly harsh rating that will have deterred too many people from buying a perfectly decent book in the Virgin River series.

I have to be honest and confess I listen to the Virgin River series on audiobook, rather than reading them, maybe that makes a difference, as I have found Therese Plummer to be an excellent narrator who injects a good amount of dramatisation into things.

This book is slightly different to the first four or five in the series in that instead of concentrating on one primary couple with other peripheral storylines, this concentrates on 4 couples, although I agree, you would not know this from reading the precis on the back of the book.

1) Rick and Liz - Rick is injured and returns home in a bad way, rejecting people he loves. I don't agree with the previous reviewer that Mel didn't care, she definitely did, but I don't really understand why there were no scenes where Mel and Rick interacted. However, I am not sure what these could have covered other than yet more scenes where Rick offended someone he was previously close to in an effort to distance himself.

2) Cameron and Abby - they met in the previous book but other than one night did not get together. The story of their relationship is told in this book. To start with Abby was very frustrating (I hate concealed pregnancy storylines), but I thought their story was quite sweet for the most part, although it did seem to end suddenly as soon as she gave birth (the story , not the relationship!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By lonegunwoman on 17 Mar. 2015
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Unlike some reviewers I find this novel engaging and a rewarding read. The homecoming of Rick the towns bright and endearing son was a real heartbreaker and dealt with the subject of amputees with compassion. The romance of Abby and Cameron comes to the for and that of Walt and Muriel is taking strides as well.

Dan Brady gets to rent Cheryls old home that needs work so the arrangement works well for both of them he retores and improves the home. Dan also helps with Rick and his attitude showing amputee's can have a life after war.

Another wonderful page turner in the series, a captivating read.
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I think this may be one of my favourite books in the series. Rick and Liz's story was so touching. I know some people have said that they aren't a big fan of their storyline, but I have a soft spot for people who fall in love young, mainly because I met my husband when I was 18 and married him when I was 20. Rick and Liz have been through a lot in this series, and it gives them a maturity that might seem unrealistic in other circumstances, but I've loved watching them grow.

It was really tough to read about Rick's recovery from his injuries (physically, mentally and psychologically) in Iraq, but I was glad that Robyn Carr didn't sugar-coat. I will admit, I do roll my eyes when yet another military man shows up in this small town, but Carr doesn't glamourise these men's military experiences. Rick's experience doesn't result in hero-worshipping, but a realistic portrayal of just how tough it is to be a marine. The letter that Rick writes Jack about the horrible experience of seeing the face of the man he shot really sums up how much this book humanises the horrors or war, for both sides.

I was glad to see Abby and Cam finally work things out, and I actually wasn't quite as annoyed by Abby as other readers seem to have been. It did seem like their storyline was cut short, and another review reminded me that we don't even get to learn the names of their twins! I hope we get more about them in the next book. Muriel and Walt's story was continued, although not terribly eventful. I'm not sure if there's much more to develop there, unless they decide to get married.

I appreciated finally getting some more insight into Dan's story, since he's been popping up all over the place in this series.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By olga on 27 Nov. 2011
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very good reading,have other books by same author will but more, pleased with the service that I get from amazon
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Loved this book! A busy time in this slice of life in virgin river. A more in depth look at everyone,s life. The ups &downs but as usual everything soon comes together the way we hope it always does. Some might say predictable but we wouldn't have it any other way. We root for our favourites and feel for each new characters. Look forward to reading what will happen next in a little town I've come to love.
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I love all Robyn Carr Virgin River novels. They are very down to earth, relaxing books and getting the storyline of all the difference families is really nice. It just makes you feel it would be a very nice place to live. There are one or two of this series I have not been able to locate but will keep trying.
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By PR Weaver on 13 Nov. 2013
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I like the books that is why I have read this many. However; They are are formulaeic like many bestseller authors' works, and ultimately you try something else and possibly come back to them later. Nice books!
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