As part of the series, and after a period. Yes
It was a nice extended family and friends story.
A chance to listen to the story,and a voice that was easy to listen to.
These are always easy listening. Robyn Carr delivers another enjoyable story about the crew from Virgin River. The characters seem like old friends. Virgin River would be an ideal place to live - must be why the stories are comfortable reads.
Once again Robyn Carr has outdone herself. Just in time for Christmas
Jack is my favorite character, he just pulls everyone together into one big family.
When reading any of Robyn Carr's books you feel like you are right there while the story is taking place.
If you love Robyn Carr's writing you will love this book also. I have read everyone in the Virgin River series but it grows weary for me. Just too predicable. T. Plummer is great as always. Love her as a narrator.
A great addition to the Virgin River series.
Characters new and old are typical of Carr's capacity for character developmen.
A sound performance with good representation across the character spectrum.
did not read the printed version
Becca strong willed sliding down the snowy stairs
Becca would be my favorite character
Mel has a great personnality in the book
I have listened to the entire series and I love the way Robyn Carr brings in old characters and that the narrator is always the same. Therese Plummer is excellent and you can always tell who is talking by the reflections in her voice
The Sherryle Woods Chesapeake Shores Series
I love to listen to books narrated by Therese Plummer. She is an excellent reader and her voices are so real and always depicts the characters she is portraying. You know who is taling by the tone of her voice.
Anyone looking for a great series, funny, sad, sexy, etc., the Virgin River series should be put at the top of your list.
I would recommend this because it lets you escape to a slower pace and just enjoy the feeling of a small community with everyone supporting everyone, and becoming a part of that community.
I loved when Beca stepped in to help the kids with their homework, and was able to figure out why the one little girl was doing so poor, and felt like she was stupid.
Denny and Beca both because they were so busy trying not to fall in love all over again, they didn't see that they had never stopped being in love.
I was disappointed in the story because I thought I was purchasing a Christian Fiction book. There is close to no characters that are living out the christian faith except for how the town pulls together to help those on need. But even this doesn't reference God, ... just the neighborly thing that goes on in small towns. There is a token mention of Jesus (Christmas pageant)but that is about it. My biggest complaint was the main characters sex outside of marriage, like it was no biggy. I am by no means a prude about sexuality I just didn't expect to be treated casually in a christian fiction book. The story line was a little to predictable for my taste.
I would not recommend it because of the reasons I mentioned
The characters were unexciting and rather juvenile. I have never like the 'Denny' character, so I guess this isn't surprising. Becca was hard to like. The narrator was great as usual.
Not Robyn Carr
Therese Plummer brings her usual great emotion and character representation.
Denny and Beccan