Robyn Carr’s Virgin River

Robyn Carr’s Virgin River is a fictional village set in northern California, but it feels real. The bestselling, award-winning, romance series is up to 19 titles, with another coming out in November. I have read three books scattered throughout the series and expect I’ll read more: Shelter Mountain, Paradise Valley, and Harvest Moon. I’ve had to replace most of the books for the library’s collection as they have worn out. What makes these books so appealing? The cozy small town setting, romances that continue on throughout the series, plots that don’t wrap up neatly in a single book, characters that continue to change and grow, and heal. I would describe them as romances that readers of cozy mystery series might enjoy. The people who come to Virgin River tend to have medical or military backgrounds, and many are wounded in body or soul, and have come to Virgin River to start over. Here, they find friends, new jobs, hang out at the bar, and often get married and have babies, then welcome other members of their family to town. For lots more about the series and characters, visit the author’s website. The Virgin River books are:

1. Virgin River

2. Shelter Mountain

3. Whispering Rock

4. A Virgin River Christmas

5. Second Chance Pass

6. Temptation Ridge

7. Paradise Valley

8. Forbidden Falls

9. Angel’s Peak

10. Moonlight Road

11. Promise Canyon

12. Wild Man Creek

13. Harvest Moon

14. Bring Me Home for Christmas

15. Hidden Summit

16. Redwood Bend

17. Sunrise Point

There are also two novellas in That Holiday Feeling and Midnight Kiss.

Brenda


2 Comments on “Robyn Carr’s Virgin River”

  1. Gloria says:

    I love reading your books i would love to visit that small town. I love small towns

  2. Theresa Bensend says:

    I have nearly read every book about Virgin river and I love them and wanted to say that I live in a small town in Wisconsin and can say that there are truely a small town with small town values right here were I live I moved here from Southern California to get my kids away from a life of ganges and a differant look at how life can be in a small town and let me tell you it was not all pretty trying to get used to the way a small town is, theres no Mac donalds or Jack in the box or even a mall but we learned that this town takes care of there own and most everyone is related in some way to someone and I would not change this town for nothing it’s gods country here and we love it with all it’s ups and downs and gossip and heart ach that comes with it


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