Once again Robyn Carr gives us an interesting small town to read about. Like in Virgin River, the town of Thunder Point has characters you want to know more about. I'm looking forward to learning what happens next. Therese Plummer does a great job as always.
I began the book hoping for an interesting character with a special tale of why he came back to Thunderpoint. I was let down and bored so stopped reading and returned it.
Gotten a better book to narrate.
If a book doesn't catch my interest right away it means it has no depth and I'll be bored.
yes, it was a good story and very good to listen to
a little romance a little intrigue and good characters
no I spread it out and enjoyed coming back to it
The narrator's voice was just wrong for the protagonist- he was a decent guy who was given such a rough voicing that it was hard to keep listening
The ending was a little predictable
When the lead charactor stood up for Landon, the younger brother.
It was a bit hard to force myself to continue listening to the harsh voicing of the Cooper character...I was tempted to turn to the printed verrsion of this book due to the narration
Pleasant voice...convenience of reading while driving.
"...By the Sea."
Good story of generational connections and small town life.
Very typical Robyn Carr. It is just like Virgin River, a different location and different characters. Right from the beginning you know just what is going to happen. Having Therese Plummer as narrator you kind of think of the Virgin Rivers names as she does the new characters. Sometimes I just like an easy going book with some romance, so this fits the bill very well. Nothing really to the book, easy listening.
This is one of the best starts to a series I have encountered in a long time. The author's "voice", along with the narrator's voice, makes this one quite the treat. Every character is interesting and the story never drags. All you want is to know more about everyone and you end up with the feeling that everyone you're rooting for is someone you're supposed to root for. I love it and I can't wait for the next one - literally, I can't wait!
She is the absolute BEST.
In a little known town, you may find exactly what you didn't even know you were looking form.
I enjoyed this story enough for the credit. It was somewhat different than the mulitude of romance books by RC. In my opinion Summer in Sonoma was the only book I have read by her that moves out of the well worn path. These are interesting characters. I love Therese Plummer's narration but maybe if another voice were reading the story would seem different. I liked it. I listened to it. And hey, I'm pretty certain I couldn't write a story. Worth the credit.
I really wanted to love this book, and I eagerly anticipated it. But, for me, it fell a little short. I felt like I didn't have enough time to get to get to know the main characters as a couple. There was a lot of info on the town in general, and the folks in it, which I love, but I didn't feel invested in the couple.
The plot was excellent, and kept me interested, won't say too much there as it will spoil the story.. I am looking forward to the next book, and hope there is a little more of the deputy sheriff and Gina together and how they bring their families together.
I was hoping this would be more in the line of her original Virgin River series, I really felt Jack and Mel, I was so engrossed. This wasn't as good, and that is a shame for a series opener. Having said all that, i would definitely buy more of Carr's books.
Lastly Therese Plummer was again outstanding, she is one of the best narrators I have had the pleasure of listening to.
I was so looking forward to this new Robin Carr series however, I was sadly disappointed. The characters were boring, the story was slow paced and the romance was lackluster.