Audie Award Finalist, Romance, 2014
Nestled on the Oregon coast is a small town of rocky beaches and rugged charm. Locals love the land’s unspoiled beauty. Developers see it as a potential gold mine. When newcomer Hank Cooper learns he’s been left an old friend’s entire beachfront property, he finds himself with a community’s destiny in his hands. Cooper has never been a man to settle in one place, and Thunder Point was supposed to be just another quick stop. But Cooper finds himself getting involved with the town. And with Sarah Dupre, a woman as complicated as she is beautiful. With the whole town watching for his next move, Cooper has to choose between his old life and a place full of new possibilities. A place that just might be home.
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Your mileage may vary
I enjoy this new series. Other reviews have it correct that because she introduces so many characters it can occasionally be tough to follow along. A narrator with more vocal characterization range would have helped with that. I think the people are interesting and I'll look forward to more books in this series.
This isn't much of a mystery but it is a romantic, coming of age book. Both teenagers and middle age characters are coming of age. I would not of bought this book if I had realized it. I live in Oregon and it was fun to hear about locations just down the road.
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The Wander was a gentle novel. There was no violence in the true sense of the word. The characters all went well together. The novel was a relief from abhorrent violence. The novel was an easy listen. Good for the beach. Romance novels aren't my genre but since I've listened to this one, when I need a break from an edgy novel, I just may try another one.I would have to say what I liked least was the narration. The voices were not distinct enough to separate the characters. The narrator was not very good doing male voices. Although, in truth, it wasn't so awful that I was able to finish the book.
The ending was predictable.
Actually, the list of narrator's that I have compiled as my favorites do not include any females. I'll have to rectify that error.
Irresistible I think may be too strong a word. It was an easy read that was gentle as a summer breeze.
Sit back and relax if you need to listen to a nice and smooth novel. There is nothing that made me want to finish it all in one day. In fact, I rather enjoyed the slow and steady pace. The character's are well developed but they don't have any real depth. The story line stays true to form from beginning to end. I only paid $7.95 for the novel and I'd say for that price it was not spectacular but okay.
Definately! Robyn Carr is my favorite writter from Virgin River to this. All are fantastic. The narrator is ABSOLUTELY THE BEST THAT I HAVE EVER HEARD! Makes you feel that you are right there! Her voices are just the best. I listen to audiobook all the time (yes I mean about 12 hrs per day) and love to hear Therese Plummer! So glad she and Robyn Carr teamed up! Keep up the GREAT work!
Mack and Lou
When Gina told Mac he was an idiot!
Definately for sure! Stayed up until 2 am just to get thru the first downloaded part! LOL
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE ANYTHING BY ROBYN CARR AND TERESE PLUMMER!!!!
Yes definitely! Robyn Carr and Therese Plummer are the perfect combination. Robyn Carr's books capture you from the start.
The love the character relationships. I found myself laughing out loud and getting strange looks from my children : )
Therese Plummer is one of my favorite narrators. She has the ability to bring a real voice to every character. I find myself getting lost in the voices she gives and she makes them believable.
I don't think there was a particular moment. The whole story line moved me.
I love books! Audiobooks take stories to the next level. I'm obsessed with Audible and will try to rate all of my books. Happy Listening! ;)
I usually love Robyn Carr's book and I have every single Virgin River audiobook so I was excited about having a new series by her. I was hoping for something similar to VR but it turned out to be a downgrade. I don't even know how to categorize this book because it was mildly romantic (the romance between Cooper and Sarah felt more like a secondary story) and it had a little suspense (when Cooper tries to find out what really happened to his friend Ben). This book was more about getting to know the town of Thunder Point and learning about the many characters that probably will get their own story in the future. It was like getting snippets of stories all thrown in together to make a book. I found it boring at times. The narrator is GREAT though! I'd probably listen to a recipe book if narrated by Therese Plummer.
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I have become a fan of Robin Carr. If you liked the Virgin River series you will like the world of Thunder Point too. Carr has a way of mixing romance and a great story and I have come to expect this from her novels. This one is no exception, the wright amount of character development and hot steamy romance to make me wish the next installment was already available for download. Therese Plummer shines as the narrator and made this audio come to life. She is really great with the male and female voices. Sometimes a narrator can kill a good story, Plummer just adds to this one. In my opinion Carr and Plummer are a great match. I promise you will love hearing about Sarah and Cooper who are the main characters. Then there are several side supporting characters with equally blooming romances. I just can't say enough I loved this one.
This light romance was just right-right length, right reader, right story line and right amount of sappyness to pull me and make me like the characters.
This is typical Robyn Carr. There is much more build on daily life and surrounding friendships than there is just on the romance. I look forward to the rest of the series.
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