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Monday, April 16, 2012

Sunrise Point: A Virgin River Novel: Book 3, by Robin Carr

Great Addition to a Good Series

Nora Crane’s mother had borderline mental problems, leaving Nora, herself, vulnerable to the first guy who looked her way. Then he left her with two babies, severely low self-esteem, and memories of abuse in the middle of the tiny town of Virgin River. Desperate to find employment, Nora decides to walk three miles to an apple orchard that is hiring where she meets Tom Cavanaugh, a veteran ready to settle down on his family orchard. Unfortunately, Tom does not want a connection to someone that comes with children and problems. 

This is a fun romance, with interesting characters and setting.  The reader roots for Nora as she attempts to pull herself out of her problems. This story is cleaner than most and a light read. Great addition to a good series, but it does well as a read alone novel. Recommended for those who are looking for a better than average romance.

Though I’ve decided to stick with Christian based books since the others were getting too raunchy for me, this is a good, light romance and I have already read the first two books in the series.

Received Galley from NetGalley.com

Published by HarlequinMira on April 24, 2012.

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