Angel's Peak

Angel's Peak

eBook - 2010
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Four years ago, Air Force sweethearts Franci Duncan and Sean Riordan had reached an impasse: she wanted marriage and a family; he didn't. But now a chance meeting proves that their bitter breakup hasn't cooled their sizzling chemistry.
"Four years ago, Air Force sweethearts Franci Duncan and Sean Riordan reached an impasse. She wanted marriage and a family. He didn't. But a chance meeting proves that the bitter breakup hasn't cooled their sizzling chemistry. Sean has settled down in spite of himself--he's not the cocky young fighter pilot he was when Franci left, and he wants them to try again. After all, they have a history, but that's not all they share. Franci's secret reason for walking away when Sean refused to commit is now three and a half: a red-headed cherub named Rosie who shares her daddy's emerald green eyes."--p. [4] of cover.
Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. : Mira, c2010
ISBN: 9781426847639
1426847637
Characteristics: 373 p. ; 17 cm

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RebelBelle13
Jul 20, 2017

As always, another easy, quick, feel good read from Carr. This is the 9th in the Virgin River series, and the hits just keep on coming. I read other books and other series, but I know I can always come home to Virgin River to get a recharge and feel good about the world again. This story focuses on Sean Riordan and Franci, with Luke and Shelby and Noah and Ellie in the background, and a little whirlwind romance for Maureen on the side. Other prior characters are mentioned as well, which always brings the good feelings of the previous novels up to the surface. I know it's a little cheesy, but I love the weddings, the babies and the relationships in this series. Yes, everything seems to end well and everyone is paired up by the end of the novel, but that's what I keep coming back for. I hope Carr keeps these books light and full of love and good feelings- because that's what we're expecting at this point, and why I keep reaching for Carr's novels.
There are a few sticking points here- there always are. I'll admit there are probably too many characters whose professions involves lady parts. Aiden is a huge pain in this novel, and TJ is made out to be the most vile boyfriend ever when compared with Sean. Rosie grates on your nerves at times, and Maureen's religious views always get me angry (but that's for personal reasons I suppose).
Other than that, this was a rather enjoyable read. I can absolutely see myself re-reading this series in the future, just to get that feeling back that these books give me.

tobylily1 Apr 11, 2016

Wonderful series with heartwarming caracters. Best to start with book 1 and read them all in order. I have enjoyed everyone so far. I am at book 10.

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babajeantx
Apr 18, 2014

number 9 in the Virgin River series. best to read in order. I love all of them.

LoisL Sep 08, 2013

This author has written 20 books around the Virgin River theme, building a heart warming community of wonderful characters. For those of us reading the series, the part of the book that lost you is a treasure for others. Start with Virgin River. You might love it, too!

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drtull8310
Aug 02, 2013

A fast read. However, I was a bit disappointed in the book. I really enjoyed the love story between the main characters. Yet, the last 1/3 of the book barely had their story. The author brought in other characters and their story lines that didn't interest me as much. It was my first book of this author's. Hoping others don't follow the same trend.

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Dops
Dec 31, 2012

I really enjoyed this book and its character, want to read more. It was a fast read.

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