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Sunrise Point (A Virgin River Novel Book 19) by [Carr, Robyn]
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  • File Size: 968 KB
  • Print Length: 383 pages
  • Publisher: MIRA; 1st edition (May 1, 2012)
  • Publication Date: April 24, 2012
  • Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
  • Language: English
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Tom Cavanaugh thought he wanted to escape from his family's apple orchard business so he joined the Marines. After his two years, he decided the last thing he wanted to do was be anywhere else but home. Nora Crane has had a tough life to be so young but she is filled with determination and resolve to make the best of it for her two young daughters. (You may remember Nora as the young woman from Bring Me Home for Christmas that was stranded in a snow storm with no heat or milk for her newborn infant.)

When the Cavanaugh's posted a notice at the church for apple pickers, Nora jumped at the opportunity to have a pretty decent paying job for a change. Tom Cavanaugh took one look at her and turned her down...he didn't need the distraction. His grandmother, Maxie, intervenes and Nora is hired. And so begins the transformation of Tom and Nora's lives.

I really liked how most of this book is devoted to the development of a relationship between Tom and Nora. He's convinced she's not his "type" and goes off on a journey with someone who seems to meet all of his criteria. Nora is developing sort of a crush on Tom from afar and doesn't even entertain a notion that a relationship could ever develop. Their own self-development and awareness was interesting to watch unfold, assisted by the good people around them, Maxie for Tom and Noah Kincaid for Nora (you remember him as the pastor of the Presbyterian Church). To complicate matters for Nora, revelations about her parents significantly alter her life in the meantime.

There is secondary story involving Luke and one of his former Army buddies, Hank Cooper, that had the makings of something pretty interesting but fell flat by the end of the book.
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I can't believe the story of Tom and Nora was a Virgin River book. Where was the hot and steamy romance found in the Virgin River books?? Nowhere apparently. The lukewarm romance takes place in the last 30 pages. The rest could be described as the friendship story of Tom and Nora. There was a lot that took place with Tom and Nora, but they mostly dealt with everything separately. Really slow story and then a completely rushed ending. I didn't really find the ending believable since so little of the book focused on any romance between Tom and Nora. As I was reading, I was beginnning to think there would be no romance at all. I assume the side story of new character Coop is to build up for a future book, but that was not much to talk about either. At least it provided an excuse to use some of my other fave characters (Jack, Mel, Luke, Shelby). I feel like there was something lacking in this book - I can't find any other way to explain it. If you are looking for a good stand alone book, choose another VR book. If you read the series, then you should read this to just keep current.
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Former marine Tom Cavanaugh is back from the Middle East "sandbox" and ready to take over his family's apple orchard and settle down. He has the perfect woman in mind, someone sweet, docile and beautiful. A woman without baggage. A woman he can marry.

Single mom Nora Crane is the opposite of the females Tom has in mind. Nora will work the most demanding physical job to support her young daughters, and that includes picking apples at Cavanaugh's orchard. She's struggled since coming to Virgin River, and she wants to be self-supporting. After a bad experience with the father of her children, she's certainly not looking for a man. But ruggedly handsome and opinionated Tom Cavanaugh enters her thoughts more than is comfortable. And Tom, who thinks he has found the perfect woman, discovers she pales in comparison to lovely, determined Nora. It might just take some well-intentioned advice from Tom's grandmother to show him what's really important.

I loved this story in the hugely popular Virgin River series. While I had thought this was to be the last book according to Ms. Carr, it seems she has surprised us with a twentieth book-a Christmas story-due out in November. Lucky us! In the Virgin River series, Ms. Carr found a setting and characters that struck a chord with her audience and she kept on producing books that made each of us want to move to Virgin River and share those lives. I will be sad to see the series end, however, Sunrise Point is every bit as wonderful as each of the other VR books. Nora and Tom are delightful characters, though I admit wanting to knock some sense into Tom long before his grandmother did.
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Nora Crane landed in Virgin River in Bring Me Home for Christmas (Virgin River) with two babies after being dumped by her drugged crazed boyfriend. In Sunrise Point, Nora is trying to correct her past mistakes by picking apples at Cavanaugh Orchard. Unfortunately, handsome ex-Marine Tom Cavanaugh doesn't think she can keep up with the hard labor. Fortunately for Nora his energetic grandmother, Maxie, believes otherwise.

Tom Cavanaugh has returned home to the family apple business after seeing action in Afghanistan as a Marine. He lives with Maxie, but he wants to be married. He wants someone without baggage. Nora is not an option. Plus, Nora is completely dedicated to her children and she will not risk a broken heart again. Tom and Nora don't speak or make eye contact at first. As time goes by Tom becomes more charming and more concerned about her welfare and Nora eventually hopes to catch glimpses of him during the work day, but she is hindered by a "red caddy blonde" who ironically has lots of baggage (designer baggage that is).

The chemistry that slowly builds between Tom and Nora is fantastic. Maxie is a wonderful sarcastic outspoken grandmother who bakes and cooks hearty meals. Nora admires Maxie and wants to be like her; a woman who isn't afraid of herself. The descriptions of Nora's children are precious and how they interact with Tom is incredibly sweet. Tom is dumbfounded by his reaction to the children in a funny endearing way. There is a lot of humor in this book, especially the banter between Tom and his loving grandmother. (Oh, the sarcasm!) I smiled and chuckled quite a bit when the two of them were together.
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