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JalMor77
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Robyn Carr - Virgin River Series

Has anybody read this series?  It seems like it might be good.  Maybe similiar to Susan Wiggs Lakeshore Chronicles, which I loved.

 

Lookin' for a new series.  I'm all over the place, I was thinking about Lyndsay Sands Argeneau series or Jacquelyn Franks Nightwalkers Series.

 

We're going camping for 4 days, so I'll have LOTS of book time.

 

Ideas?

 

Thanks!

Jalana

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Re: Robyn Carr - Virgin River Series

I have the entire series in my TBR pile because I've heard it's wonderful.
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Re: Robyn Carr - Virgin River Series

I've only read Christmas in Virgin River and it was wonderful. Robyn sure knows how to convey emotion! I loved it!
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Re: Robyn Carr - Virgin River Series

I read VIRGIN RIVER recently and really enjoyed it - I hope to get to more of the series soon. If you're a fan of Susan Wiggs' Lakeshore books, I think it will be up your alley. 

 

I haven't read the Sands or the Frank, but for paranormal series I adore Larissa Ione's Demonica series. Enjoyable worldbuilding, lots of twists & turns, and very sexy.  

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Re: Robyn Carr - Virgin River Series

Oh - I love Ione's Demonica Series.

 

I've started reading the Virgin River Series and LOVE it so far.  I'm about half way through the second book.

 

I also read Blake's One Reckless Summer this weekend and it was wonderful.  I'll definitely be rereading that one sometime soon.

 

Jalana

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Re: Robyn Carr - Virgin River Series

Don't know whether you've gone on this vacation yet, but I can't think of a more fun way to spend a vacation than you're going to, especially w/Robyn Carr!  I agree about the Susan Wiggs connection, and I'll add that the heroes in Carr's books -- most are guys who've served in the military or currently served, or are just plain super-honorable guys -- are some of the best in romance.  And the heroines ain't shabby either.  Have fun!