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Hidden Summit (Virgin River) by Robyn Carr

Hidden Summit (Virgin River) (edition 2011)

by Robyn Carr

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Title:Hidden Summit (Virgin River)
Authors:Robyn Carr
Info:Mira (2011), Edition: Original, Mass Market Paperback, 352 pages
Collections:Read but unowned, Read 2012 (inactive)
Tags:PB, Romance, Series, 17 of

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The most hilarious scenes for dealing with an idiot ex-husband. ( )
  rolsjunie | Jan 28, 2017 |
An enjoyable story especially how the romance developed despite their old baggage. It has a good plot, plenty of action and an adorable hero with strong family values. Connor is hiding in Virgin River under witness protection when he meets Leslie who is in town to get away from her annoying ex-husband.
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  Dawn772 | Jan 29, 2015 |
I love Robyn Carr's novels. I'm biased. She usually writes a strong story about true-to-life people and problems. This book is no different. Yes, the endings are a little too happy happy, but it's a romance. ( )
  lesmel | Nov 17, 2014 |
I came to this a Virgin River virgin... but I will probably be reading ALL the books.

Conner Danson is a decent guy who had the bad luck to be the only witness to a murder, and worse luck that the murderer has enough connections to burn down the family hardware store and threaten his life and that of his sister. Leslie Petruso is divorced from a narcissistic personality who won't leave her alone to lick her wounds, but insists she MUST still want to be besties with him and his new, pregnant wife (after long refusing her requests to start a family together). Both Conner and Leslie come to fictional Virgin River, set in Humboldt county California, with romance as the last thing on their minds.

I enjoyed so many things about this book. Both characters are in their thirties, and are not rushing the romance, nor denying the attraction they have for each other. When they do get into bed, condoms are a given, and the sex is hot, but the book is not all about the sex, but a gradually increasing LIKING/falling in love with one another, and a showcasing, however idealized, of small-town life. Although there is the angle that Conner's life is (theoretically) in danger, this is NOT a romantic suspense; the pace is slow, and the ending doesn't come with the hero shooting it out with the bad guy.

I also immediately related to Leslie because I have my own annoying ex in Grants Pass, Oregon, which I found amusing. If you like your romance slowly simmered rather than insta-love, you'll appreciate this book and series. ( )
1 vote writerbeverly | May 1, 2014 |
Again, another wonderful "walk" into the beautiful and heartwarming town of Virgin River.
A great way to spend our time that leaves us with a sense of peace and a smile. ( )
  Lost_Lenore | Oct 28, 2013 |
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Accepting a job at the Virgin River branch of Haggerty Construction, Leslie Petruso, using this opportunity to start over after a bitter divorce, tries to ignore the chemistry between her and Conner Danson, who has also been burned by love, but to no avail.… (more)

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