Always good to return to Virgin River, a town with supportive family, neighbors and friends. I appreciate the range of age in the characters in this series too, from young to old. The focus of this book is Luke Riordan's younger brother Sean. The Roirdon family's Irish Catholic values play a part in the story too. It is another story about unplanned pregancy which RC tells in a sympathic and thoughtful manner. Sean reunties with an old flame Franci, the girl that got away! The book focuses on their past relationship and building the future with a young daughter. This book lacked the suspenseful scenes usually in all RC books, but remained true to Virgin River format, always making you feel good! They are imperfect people who recognize just that, families that stick together through it all and friends that help out with a kind word, or a hammer, or a meal.
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