Another wonderful installment in the Virgin River series.
With her beloved younger siblings settled and happy, Erin Foley has got empty nest syndrome. At age thirty-five.
Virgin River #10
On Sale: February 23, 2010
Featuring: Aiden Riordan; Erin Foley
Mass Market Paperback
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Romance | Women's Fiction Contemporary
So she’s hitting the pause button on her life and holing up
in a secluded (but totally upgraded, she’s not into roughing
it) cabin near Virgin River. Erin is looking forward to
really getting to know herself...not some shaggy-haired
mountain man she meets wandering the woods.
In fact, beneath his faded fatigues and bushy beard, Aiden
Riordan is a doctor, recharging for a summer after leaving
the Navy. He’s intrigued by the pretty, slightly snooty
refugee from the rat race — meditating, journaling and
definitely keeping him at arm’s length. He’d love to get
closer...if his scruffy exterior and crazy ex-wife don’t
hold him back.
But maybe it’s something in the water — unlikely romances
seem to take root in Virgin River...helped along with some
well-intentioned meddling, of course.
9 comments posted.
Re: Moonlight Road
All of Robyn's books have been winners. Looking forward to this one too.
(Dolores Feagin 11:29am February 8, 2010)
Completely enjoyed my latest visit to Virgin River. It was a treat to see where life has taken these characters, most of whom we already know. Robyn has written another story that is warm and romantic with just enough suspense and conflict.
(Maria Munoz 5:32pm February 11, 2010)
As usual, Sandi Shilhanek does a great job with her reviews. She holds my interest all the time and I just feel a wave of comfort as I read her words and I won't dare skip over any of them! I am always eager to read whatever she has to write. I guess you can say that she is a "natural" writer, with warmth and care in her selection of words and doesn't write just to get it over with, like some do. She makes you want to read each word and absorb it, with you enjoying the entire review. I could definitely seeing her writing a book about a small town with family oriented people who are caring and helpful and find ways to be friendly to all. If she ever wrote a book, I'd be the first in line to purchase it! Great job, Sandi; best of luck always.
(Peg Fragale 5:16pm March 29, 2010)
I think as usual Sandi has done a great job of putting her thoughts into the blog and coming out with a great gift for those who love the Authors she is writing about. I love all of RC VR books and cannot alway put into words my thoughts but Sandi has no problem doing that. Another great job well done.
(Diana Smith 5:47pm March 29, 2010)
Great job Sandi, I love all the Virgin River books, especially this one.
(Joyce Mandle 5:56pm March 29, 2010)
This is just great Sandi. And very professionally put together. Love it!
(Julie Wolf 6:27pm March 29, 2010)
I absolutely loved the book. So sad when it ended and I think this the best of them all. Great review Sandi.
(Nancy Alexander 6:37pm March 29, 2010)
I would love to read this
(Rainey Bowen 2:27pm June 26, 2010)
I've read them all and love this series...can't wait for the new ones to come out!
(JoAnn White 7:45pm June 26, 2010)
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