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Paradise Valley (A Virgin River Novel, 7) by…

Paradise Valley (A Virgin River Novel, 7) (edition 2014)

by Robyn Carr (Author)

Series: Virgin River (7)

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For a favorite son returned from war and an outsider looking for a home, Virgin River offers both a chance to make peace with the men they once were and to find the dreams they thought they had lost.
Title:Paradise Valley (A Virgin River Novel, 7)
Authors:Robyn Carr (Author)
Info:MIRA (2014), Edition: Reissue, 416 pages
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  daaft | Aug 13, 2022 |
Boek 7 van de Virgin River serie en alweer zo'n goed boek!
Dit boek, in tegenstelling tot de andere boeken, focust zich niet op 2 personen in Virgin River met een paar kleine verhaallijntjes van de andere bewoners, maar op 4 verschillende koppels: Ricky & Lizzie, Abby & Cameron, Walt & Muriel en Dan Brady & Cheryl. Ik vond het leuk om meer over verschillende koppels te lezen, maar ik was ook wel een beetje teleurgesteld. Op de achterkant van het boek staat namelijk een korte beschrijving over wat er tussen Ricky & Lizzie gebeurt en ik keek er enorm naar uit om meer over hen te lezen. Doordat er ook meer over andere personages geschreven is, verdween hun verhaal soms naar de achtergrond van dit boek. Dat vond ik wel jammer, want ik vind hun echt een super leuk koppel!
Ondanks dit heb ik wel weer enorm genoten van mijn bezoek aan Virgin River!
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  Eline_Aerden | Jan 5, 2022 |
At times I was frustrated with this book but it is basically Rick and Lizzy's story although a lot of the other characters also had some new events happening. By then end, it was a very good story. Moving on to the next book. ( )
  CLDunn | Feb 7, 2021 |
I'm really enjoying the Virgin River books. Rather addicting, almost like a soap opera. But the people are more real than a soap opera, and the character development is believable. Anyway, I quickly have developed a fondness for the men and women of the Virgin River area of California (the fictional place this series is set). ( )
  mirihawk | May 21, 2020 |
Rick is injured on the battlefield & loses his leg. Pushing away Jack & his girlfriend Liz, he comes back to Virgin River despondent. Abby, pregnant with Cam's twins after the one-night stand, finally agrees to move in with him, but the fact that he's the father is guessed by quite a few folks. Muriel, the movie star, and Walt, the retired general's romance is almost on the skids when she goes on location for a movie and Walt doesn't rearrange his life to see her at all. Recurring minor character, Dan Brady, now a former grower, settles in town and starts working for Paul at his construction company. Dan is also a vet that lost his leg, although that comes out late in the novel when he's the one that knocks some sense into Rick. And Dan is also renting and renovating former town drunk Cheryl's childhood home, and slowly starting a friendship with her. ( )
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This book is dedicated to my son, Dr. Brian Carr, U.S. Army Medical Corps. And to our armed forces, to all the men and women who stand the watch. I am very proud and personally grateful.
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For a favorite son returned from war and an outsider looking for a home, Virgin River offers both a chance to make peace with the men they once were and to find the dreams they thought they had lost.

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Marine corporal Rick Sudder is home early from Iraq — his tour ended abruptly on the battlefield. The carefree boy is gone, replaced by a man who believes his future is as bleak as his mirror image. But can the passion and commitment of a young woman who has never given up on him mend his broken body and shattered heart?

As the people of Virgin River rally around Rick, another recent arrival tests the tightly knit mountain town's famous welcoming spirit. Dan Brady has a questionable past, and he's looking for a place to start over. He'd like it to be Virgin River...if he can find a way in. But he never expects to find it in the arms of a woman who was as much an outcast as himself.

For a favorite son returned from war and an outsider looking for a home, Virgin River offers them a chance to make peace with the men they once were...and to find the dreams they thought they'd lost.
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