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About the Author
Robyn Carr is an award-winning, #1 New York Times bestselling author of more than sixty novels, including highly praised women's fiction such as Four Friends and The View from Alameda Island, as well as the critically acclaimed Virgin River, Thunder Point, and Sullivan's Crossing series. Virgin River is now a Netflix original series. Robyn lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Thérèse Plummer is an actor and award-winning audiobook narrator living and working in New York City. Her television credits include guest starring roles on The Good Wife and Law and Order: Special Victims Unit. She has recorded more than 200 audiobooks for various publishers, has been nominated for multiple Audie Awards, and is an Earphones Award winner. Thérèse is the voice of Maya Hansen in the Marvel Graphic Motion Comic Ironman Extremis, Dr. Fennel in Pokémon, and various Yu-Gi-Oh characters. To learn more, visit thereseplummer.com. --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.
- File Size : 1908 KB
- Publication Date : October 13, 2020
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 258 pages
- Publisher : MIRA; Original ed. Edition (October 13, 2020)
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B08739ZC5P
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #397 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Way too much concerning Kaylee's grief. Not saying she was not entitled but it got old after awhile for me as a reader.
Guess Virgin River to me is the stories that connect all of the good friends from past books.
It was an OK read but found myself skipping some pages which is something I never do.
Determined to escape distractions and avoid the holiday season, Kaylee borrows a cabin in Virgin River. She knows the isolation will help her writing, and as she drives north through the mountains and the majestic redwoods, she immediately feels inspired. Until she arrives at a building that has just gone up in flames. Devastated, she heads to Jack’s Bar to plan her next steps. The local watering hole is the heart of the town, and once she crosses the threshold, she’s surprised to be embraced by people who are more than willing to help a friend—or a stranger—in need.
Kaylee’s world is expanding in ways she never dreamed possible. And when she rescues a kitten followed by a dog with a litter of puppies, she finds her heart opening up to the animals who need her. And then there’s the dog trainer who knows exactly how to help her. As the holidays approach, Kaylee’s dread turns to wonder. Because there’s no better place to spend Christmas than Virgin River.
My Thoughts: From the very beginning of Return to Virgin River, I felt a connection to Kaylee and her life. As she settles into Virgin River, trying to deal with her grief and push forward with the book she is writing, I was caught up in her feelings and her goals.
Meeting townsfolk helped her begin the healing process, and then connecting to Landry, who was her landlord, brought out other forgotten emotions. The possibility of love.
The author’s descriptions of the setting, the characters who lived in Virgin River, and telling their stories as they all formed a community for Kaylee brought out a sense of a real place with real people. I love Humboldt County, so I felt as if I was there with these characters, many of whom were in the previous book.
I read the book in one day, as I could not put it down. I hope to rejoin these characters again. 5 stars.
Return to Virgin River so evokes the spirit of VR that i am sorely tempted to read the entire series again. Kaylee Sloan comes to Virgin River to escape writer's block, and the painful memories of her mother's recent death. Unfortunately, her rental cabin burns just as she arrives, and she ends up at Jack's Bar. Jack, Mel, and numerous VR folk go out of their way to settle her in. It was a trip down memory lane seeing familiar people again, some just in passing, with some playing larger roles. Kaylee ends up staying at a cabin owned by Landry Moore, an artist and dog trainer. I loved watching Kaylee and Landry's relationnship develop, as each helps the other grow.
This book is an excellent addition to the VR series. I hope Robyn Carr returns to Virgin River again, with more future books, Bravo, Robyn Carr!
I hope this is not the last book in the series. I love the way this author brings social issues to life. How her characters deal with life’s issues.