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Bring Me Home for Christmas (A Virgin River Novel Book 16) by [Carr, Robyn]
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  • File Size: 650 KB
  • Print Length: 336 pages
  • Publisher: MIRA (November 1, 2011)
  • Publication Date: October 25, 2011
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005JSJYZK
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By Tooncesmom VINE VOICE on October 25, 2011
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Becca Timm desperately needs to get over old flame Denny Cutler if she's going to move on with her life and marry her current boyfriend. Three years ago Denny broke her heart before heading off to war, and even though she's told herself it's over, deep inside, she's not so sure. She decides to find out in an unorthodox manner-by arriving on her twin brother Rich's doorstep with a packed bag. He's one of Denny's Marine buddies and the guys are planning a hunting and fishing trip in Virgin River. Rich can't say no, so Becca hitches a ride.

Things do not go well. Denny isn't happy to see her, and she's sure she's made a huge mistake. Then she breaks her ankle and is confined to quarters with a way too handsome Denny in attendance. What's a girl to do?

Bring Me Home for Christmas brings back many of the delightful Virgin River characters we know and love. Amid the charming and caring town, Becca reevaluates her life and what she really needs. This is a wonderful Christmas story featuring caring people and causes, but it's also a coming of age story for Becca and Denny and what they want for the future. It is also a heartwarming story of Becca's rediscovering her love of teaching and a healing of the rift between her and her mother. Highly recommended.
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Where else would you rather be for Thanksgiving and Christmas than Virgin River? This latest installment in the series, just in time for the holidays, reminds us of the true spirit of the season.

Becca Trimm surprises her brother Rich on the morning of his scheduled departure for a hunting trip in Virgin River with his ex-Marine buddies for the Thanksgiving holiday. She is going with him and is prepared and ready. Rich has no time to think it through and allows her to accompany him but knows he should be worried: Denny Cutler, Becca's ex, is their host and this is sure to be a problem. She wants to make certain her feelings for Denny are in the past before she takes the next step with her current boyfriend but Becca tells everybody she just wants to learn how to hunt and fish. Yeah, right.

Becca and Denny didn't part ways on great terms so her being in Virgin River is awkward for all. When one of Rich and Denny's friends show interest in Becca, matters get even stickier. But, Denny, who hasn't gotten over Becca, has to assert himself more than he'd like to keep things from moving further in the wrong direction.

Becca ends up in a situation beyond her control that causes her to extend her stay in Virgin River for several weeks. During that time, she and Denny have a chance to finally talk about the demise of their relationship and come to terms with their feelings for each other.

One of the most compelling aspects of this series is the spirit of community in Virgin River. We get to see it in action through Becca's eyes as the residents prepare to help out needy families for the holidays and reach out to those stranded when a snow storm hits early. Becca's opinion of the town is transformed as she watches the people in action.
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I have read the last 5 books of this series. This was a good love story. It had some funny scenes. It showed a lot of the characters that were just mentioned in the last 5 books, but had their own stories in the beginning of the series. The only thing I was disappointed with was it didn't have any side stories or really mention of the riodians family, which I why i love the series. But the love story was really good and believeable. It also got me into the Christmas mood even though I read it in October. can't wait for the next book in the series
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The story is filled with love and human kindness. It fills you with both sadness and happiness to help others who need it. I only wish all towns could be so caring and lovable. Life would be so much better for all. This leaves you with a warm ,happy feeling that makes you want to continually read it over and over sort of like "It's a wonderful life".
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I absolutely loved all 20 Virgin River books and I am sad that there are not more! Robyn Carr made me laugh and she made me cry!
I want to move to Virgin River and meet all the characters! The sense of humor she has is wonderful and it shows in every book. She is
one of my favorite authors along with Sheryl Woods, Linda Lael Miller, Susan Whiggs And Barbara Freethy, just to mention a few!
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Becca has a feeling that her boyfriend is about to propse marriage to her, but she can't seem to stop thinking about her ex. So she hitches a ride with her brother to crash his all guys weekend with her said ex. Needless to say, Denny is surprised to see her.

The two of them seemed cordial enough with one another, although they did seem to be avoiding the issue at first. But when an accident forces them to spend time together, they admit their feelings for one another. Denny and Becca's romance was sweet and entertaining, but it was the rest of Virgin River that drew me in.

I enjoyed watching the town pull together to help each other during the snowstorm. Almost all the familiar faces were present in this installment. Jack, Mel, Preacher, the Riordans, and more.

A nice read to get you ready for the holidays.
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