Robyn Carr just recently released Sunrise Point, latest in her wildly popular Virgin River Series. These books are set in the fictional small northern California town of Virgin River. There, the gossip grapevine alive and well. The series is filled with a cast of flawed, yet lovable characters that know everything about each other. But the lack of privacy is a small price to pay for the amazing sense of community that residents — and readers — find. (Seriously, if it were not fictional, I would be in Virgin River so fast!)
Sunrise Point is the nineteenth book in Carr's terrific series. And, in classic Carr style, the main theme of Sunrise Point is redemption. As the story opens, heroine Nora is stranded in Virgin River with no money, no job and two small children to raise. Nora knows that she has made some bad decisions in the past, but she is willing to work hard to change life for herself and her children. Meanwhile, Tom has just returned home to Virgin River and looking for the perfect wife and single moms are not on his list of possible candidates. Tom knows what he wants but in Virgin River fate often has other plans ...
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