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- Book 1 of 9 in Thunder Point series (9 Book Series)
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Carr is a master raconteur. She has a talent for bringing characters alive and describing small-town life so well.
She has started a new series about the small coastal town of Thunder Point, Oregon, and allows us readers to peek into the lives of a few of its residents.
Cooper drives into town pulling his fifth wheel toy hauler. He is following up on a call that says his old friend Ben has died under mysterious circumstances. And he finds that Ben has left him a beat-up bar/bait shop/multi-purpose falling-down facility and 200 acres of prime beachfront property.
Sarah is a rescue helicopter pilot for the U.S. Coast Guard, has fairly recently gone through a nasty divorce, and has been raising her younger brother for years.
And these are just two of the fully developed characters that Carr lets us get to know intimately. Deputy Yummy Pants with kids of his own, Gina who works at the diner and who is raising a daughter, a new doctor in town, some slimeball teenage bullies...and more.
There are a few times that Virgin River is mentioned and the Riordan family and I was afraid I'd miss my old friends there but Carr has given us a new community to enjoy with a full cast of delightful characters inhabiting it. It is great fun and I am already looking forward to reading The Newcomer (Thunder Point) coming out in June 2013 and The Hero (Thunder Point) coming out in August 2013.
The primary male lead, Cooper, is the "Wanderer". Never commits. Never settles in one place. Lives in a towable trailer and likes it that way. He ends up in Thunder Point to settle the estate of an old Army buddy. I never really warmed up to him. The female lead, Sarah, is a Coast Guard helicopter pilot, raising her teen-age brother, and recently divorced from a philandering husband. She's actually pretty likeable, but she scarcely appears in the story until well into the book. Then they connect with the intention of having a short-lived affair since Cooper plans to depart within a month or two. It never really develops. Since this is a romance novel, you know they aren't just going to part in the end, and so they don't. But, you also don't get the feeling that there's much there.
A lot of the dialogue just seemed to drag on and on, without adding much to the story. The plot is okay, but also a bit disjonted.
The most interesting characters, and the ones who are apparently going to be central to the ongoing series, are the Deputy Sherriff, Mac, and the waitress from the diner, Gina.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Why is Cooper in Thunder Point and what happen to Ben? Why is Sarah afraid to let or tell Cooper why she can't be with him but that she loves him. Read morePublished 1 day ago by marilyn newsome
I read her first 21 novels in this series, now I'd like to reread them on my Kindle. They are that good....Published 3 days ago by Movienut36
Here we go again. Hooked and ready for the next book. Can't wait to see what happens next so going to start right nowPublished 11 days ago by Kathryn L Morgan
I really liked this book Yes I thought it was good. I guess that I liked the the town. I'm Not sure if I will read another of her books but maybe down the road. Read morePublished 16 days ago by joyce c
There are too many things going on in this book. Too many story lines, and not enough story. The writing is immature and basic, the characters are one-dimensional, and I just... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Christa Deporto
I loved this book and am now almost finished with the series. The characters are very interesting and fun. You will definitely want to continue the series. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dreamer2
I absolutely love Robyn Carr's writing and I absolutely loved this first book in the Thunder Point series. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Diane Blaser