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Friday, January 13, 2012

Book Review - Hidden Summit: A Virgin River Novel by Robyn Carr

I enjoy romance series, and one of my new favorites is Robyn Carr's Virgin River series. (I know, I know, I'm late to the party - but I'm catching up!)

Set in the mountains of California, this series features honorable men and women who are loyal and loving and happy.

The latest book in the series is "Hidden Summit," and it's a winner!

About The Book:

Sick of running into her cheery ex-husband and his new wife, Leslie Petruso accepts a job at the Virgin River branch of Haggerty Construction and takes the high road right out of town. Now she's got Paul Haggerty's business running like a well-oiled machine. In fact, things are so busy Paul jumps at the chance to hire an extra set of hands.

Just like Leslie, Conner Danson has been burned by love. But if Leslie was disappointed by her relationship going bad, Conner was decimated. He's got no time for women…although he spends an awful lot of time pretending not to notice Leslie. And she's pretty busy "ignoring" the chemistry between them.

According to Conner and Leslie, they have only one thing in common—they're done with love. But everyone in Virgin River can see that things are heating up at Haggerty Construction. And as far as Paul Haggerty can tell, the best thing he can do is hang on to his hard hat and watch the sparks fly!

This story has a lot of suspense and action, and literally kept me up all night reading - I had to find out what happened to Connor and Leslie in the end. 

I really enjoy the way Robyn Carr brings in characters who have been featured in previous novels, and keeps the continuity flowing throughout the entire series. The tight-knit community of Virgin River seems to be an idyllic place to live, but there is always a lot of lively action taking place that make it exciting as well.

For more information on Robyn Carr and this entralling series, check out her website at http://www.robyncarr.com/

I received a review copy of this book from Nancy Berland Public Relations. I was not compensated for my opinion.

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