The Hero (Thunder Point Series #3) [NOOK Book]

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With warmth and sensitivity, #1 New York Times bestselling author Robyn Carr shows readers that falling in love can be the bravest act of all.

In a moment of desperation, Devon McAllister takes her daughter and flees a place where they should have been safe and secure. She has no idea what is around the next bend, but she is pretty certain it can't be worse than what they've left behind. Her plan is to escape to somewhere she can...

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Overview


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With warmth and sensitivity, #1 New York Times bestselling author Robyn Carr shows readers that falling in love can be the bravest act of all.

In a moment of desperation, Devon McAllister takes her daughter and flees a place where they should have been safe and secure. She has no idea what is around the next bend, but she is pretty certain it can't be worse than what they've left behind. Her plan is to escape to somewhere she can be invisible. Instead, an unexpected offer of assistance leads her to Thunder Point, a tiny Oregon town with a willingness to help someone in need.

As the widowed father of a vulnerable young boy, Spencer Lawson knows something about needing friendship. But he's not looking for anything else. Instead, he's thrown his energy into his new role as Thunder Point's high school football coach. Tough and demanding to his team, off the field he's gentle and kind…just the kind of man who could heal Devon's wounded heart.

Devon thought she wanted to hide from the world. But in Thunder Point, you find bravery where you least expect it…and sometimes, you find a hero.

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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
"A sweet romance..." --Library Journal on THE WANDERER

"My Kind of Christmas is another fabulous read from an author deft at mining deep emotion." --BookPage on MY KIND OF CHRISTMAS

"Ms. Carr may often revisit familiar romance themes, but one cannot deny the strength and ease of her writing.... Ms. Carr tugs out the unique aspects of [the] characters to create a story that feels both fresh and familiar, and wonderfully comfortable. It's a mark of her skill that Redwood Bend works as well as it does while traveling along such well-trodden paths." --NY Journal of Books on REDWOOD BEND

"In this heartwrenching Christmas tale-the 20th installment in Carr's bestselling Virgin River series, after Sunrise Point-two damaged souls find healing together.... Longtime fans and new readers alike will race through this tearjerker, hoping for Patrick and Angie to find their happy ending." --Publisher's Weekly on MY KIND OF CHRISTMAS

"This book is an utter delight."

-RT Book Reviews on Moonlight Road

"Strong conflict, humor and well-written characters are Carr's calling cards, and they're all present here.... You won't want to put this one down."

-RT Book Reviews on Angel's Peak

"This story has everything: a courageous, outspoken heroine, a to-die-for hero and a plot that will touch readers' hearts on several different levels. Truly excellent."

-RT Book Reviews on Forbidden Falls

"An intensely satisfying read. By turns humorous and gut-wrenchingly emotional, it won't soon be forgotten."
-RT Book Reviews on Paradise Valley

"Carr has hit her stride with this captivating series."
-Library Journal on the Virgin River series

"The Virgin River books are so compelling-I connected instantly with the characters and just wanted more and more and more."

-#1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781460317976
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 8/27/2013
  • Series: Thunder Point Series , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 384
  • Sales rank: 860
  • File size: 327 KB

Meet the Author

Robyn Carr

Robyn Carr is a RITA® Award-winning, #1 New York Times bestselling author of more than forty novels, including the critically acclaimed Virgin River series. Robyn and her husband live in Las Vegas, Nevada. You can visit Robyn Carr’s website at RobynCarr.com.

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Devon McAllister walked down a tree-lined back road, not really sure where she was but certain that she was far away from the family compound. She felt safe enough that she no longer took cover when she heard a vehicle approach. She'd been walking for at least eight hours and saw the first rays of light coming over the mountains behind her. This reassured her that she was traveling west, toward the coast. She carried her three-year-old daughter, Mercy, and a backpack stuffed with a few items of clothing and forty dollars that had been given to her by the kindhearted stranger who had given her a ride.

She was exhausted but would not stop to rest until she reached Highway 101. Every so often she would put Mercy down and hold her hand, but that made the walking unbearably slow. When she heard a vehicle, she just kept her head down, staring at the ground.

It was a truck—it drove past them, but then it stopped up ahead. It was cranberry-red and old, but in mint condition. A man got out and yelled to her. "Miss? Need a ride?"

She walked toward the vehicle. "Am I close to Highway 101?" she asked.

"I'm going that way. I'm on my way to work," he said. "I can give you a lift."

He was an older guy. He wore a red, white and blue ball cap and his cheeks and chin were stub-bled in places that he'd missed with his razor. Though it was June, he wore a jacket. The early morning was misty, which told her she must be in a valley near the Pacific. "Where are you headed?" Devon asked.

"Thunder Point," he said. "It's a very small town on the coast in Coos County. I work at a beach bar and I open the place in time for breakfast. Been there a few years now. It's mostly fishing towns around there."

Well, she'd gotten out of Douglas County, but she wasn't sure where Coos County was. She didn't know where anything was—she rarely left the compound and had never been to any of the small coastal towns. Still, she knew that Highway 101 stretched as far north and south as she needed to get. Highway 5 was bigger and closer to the compound and if anyone was looking for a couple of runaways hitching rides, they'd probably start there. "How close to 101 is your town?"

"Plenty close. Want me to drop you there?"

She walked toward the truck. "Thanks," she said. "You're sure?"

"No trouble," he said.

She put her backpack in the truck bed. Holding Mercy on her lap, she buckled them in together. She kept her head down, her hands tucked between her knees.

"Name's Rawley Goode," he said. She said nothing. "You got a name?"

"Devon," Devon said. She shouldn't use her real name. What if someone came poking around, asking if anyone had seen a woman named Devon? But she was almost too tired to lie. Not to mention nervous. At least she hadn't said Sister Devon.

"Well, you're not an escaped convict, are you, Devon?" he asked.

She looked at him. "Is there a prison around here?"

He smiled. "Just kidding," he said. "Where you headed?"

For lack of a better answer she said, "Seattle. Eventually."

He whistled. "You're a long ways from there. What brings you to this old back road?"

She shrugged. "It's where I was dropped off, but I'm heading for 101."

"You hitchin' rides?"

She nodded. Her ride over the mountain had been planned, but was kept secret. "Yes, 101 will have more traffic," she said.

"Unless the police see you. Then it could get complicated."

"I'll watch."

Devon wasn't really headed to Seattle, but she just said that because that was where she came from originally. She thought there might be a shelter or charity of some kind in one of the bigger towns on the coast. "I don't know this area very well. Is there a town or city near Highway 101 that's pretty big? Big enough that it might have a shelter or maybe a hostel?" she asked him.

"Couple," Rawley replied. "Listen, I have an idea. You decide exactly where you need to go and I'll fix you up with transportation. How's that?"

"Why?" she asked suspiciously. "Why would you do that?"

"I been in your spot, hitchin' rides, lookin' for the easiest way to get from here to there, takin' a little help sometimes. I normally went to the VA when I needed a little assistance." He paused. "You got room for a little breakfast? 'Cause that's my job in the morning—perking the coffee, warming up egg sandwiches, watching the sun come over the mountains. It's not far from the highway, neither. I could show you a map while you and the little one eat something."

"No, thank you. I have a couple of apples for later."

"I know that look of no money," he said. "Been wearin' it and seein' it for forty years now. No charge for the map. Or the breakfast. Then I'll give you a ride to wherever you need to go to catch your next ride. It ain't no gamble. I admit, I ain't always been the best person in the world, but I ain't yet done nobody harm. You can hang on to those apples."

Rawley didn't know for certain, but he was pretty sure the young woman was from The Fellowship—a small religious compound along the river in Douglas County. She was wearing their "uniform" or "habit" of overalls, sturdy shoes, long-sleeved T-shirt with one button at the neck and a long, thick, single braid down her back. He'd donated to the group a couple of times himself and had noticed that the women were all attired the same while the few men in evidence all wore their own combinations of jeans, plaid or cham-bray shirts, hats and down vests. A few months back, when Cooper had been renovating the old bait shop and turning it into a first-rate bar and cafe, Rawley had taken the used industrial-size washers and dryers, along with a lot of kitchen wares they couldn't use, over to The Fellowship compound.

They were a private bunch, but he knew they had a roadside stand near their compound where they sold produce, quilts and woven goods. He'd only stopped once and had seen a group of them gathered around the stall, the women doing the business and the men helping with the heavy work, but mainly just presiding over everything. And he'd seen a few of them wandering around the Farmers' Market in Myrtle Creek where they sometimes had a stand, again the women together in a tight knot and the men following along or standing behind them, watching.

He had never given the group a second thought until this morning when he found the young woman and her child walking down the deserted road at dawn. Now he wondered what that group was all about. Beautiful, young, smiling, soft-spoken women apparently watched over by big, silent men who were clearly in charge.

The girl seemed skittish, so Rawley played his cards close to his vest. As they drove the twenty minutes to the beach at Thunder Point he kept the conversation light, only saying things like Gonna be a right fine day and Fog'll burn off the water early today and Should get up around seventy degrees, and that's a heat wave on the ocean.

She kept very quiet, offering the occasional Mmm-hmm but nothing more. Her little girl rested her head on her mother's shoulder and a couple of times they whispered quietly to each other. As they drove down the hill toward the bar she saw, for the first time, the beach sheltered by the rocky coastline, the bay studded with giant rocks and the fog at the mouth of the bay just lifting. All she said was, "Wow."

"Pretty, ain't she?" Rawley replied.

Moments later they arrived at the bar. Rawley parked out back behind the building and used his key to open the place up. It was 6:00 a.m.

"Come on inside, sit up at the bar and I'll put on the coffee and heat up some eggs. Got some fruit, too. And Cooper, the owner, he likes his Tony Ti-gers—you or the little one like Frosted Flakes?"

"Anything is very generous," she said. "And appreciated."

"Like I said, I passed your way plenty of times. I got a lot to pay back."

As he turned to get things started, Rawley noticed the coffee was already brewing. He looked out the window and saw a lone man out on the still bay on a paddleboard. That would be Cooper, getting in a little early morning exercise. And as he watched, a Razor ATV came across the beach with a big black-and-white Great Dane riding shotgun—Sarah, Cooper's woman, must have a day off from the Coast Guard.

Good, he thought. Cooper and Sarah would be out on the water for a while. That would give him enough time to figure out what to do with Devon. Because obviously something needed to be done. A woman and a small child with a single backpack out walking the back roads at dawn with no money and no plan… It didn't take a genius…

He wet a cloth with warm water and handed it to Devon in case she wanted to wipe the grime of the road from her hands and face, and she did so. Then wiped off her daughter's hands and face, muttering a very soft "thank you" as she put down the cloth.

Rawley got started with the food. He put out a fruit plate, a box of Frosted Flakes, two bowls, utensils, a carton of milk, a couple of small glasses. Then he pulled two egg sandwiches out of the cooler and popped them in the microwave.

Devon served her little girl, sharing everything. When the egg sandwiches arrived she gave voice to her thoughts—"So much food."

"Traveling makes a person hungry," Rawley said. And then he poured himself a cup of coffee. While they tucked into their breakfast he wandered out to the deck to think. He wanted to see where Cooper and Sarah were, and give Devon and her little girl time to get some food in their stomachs. If he watched them eat, they'd try not to eat too much—a man who'd been hungry and had taken charity knew this.

Hamlet, the Great Dane, was tied to the dock while Sarah paddled out to join Cooper on the bay. Rawley propped open the doors to the deck so Cooper would know he was on duty and that the place was open for business. A few moments later as he stood on the deck with his cup of coffee, Cooper waved. Rawley lifted a hand back. Then he watched them glide over the calm water, chasing the fog out of the bay.

By the time he went back inside, Devon and her little girl had put away a good deal of food and that made him smile. He went back behind the bar with his coffee. "Fill you up?"

"Oh, yes, sir," she said, giving her mouth a pat. "If you'll write down your name and address for me, I'll try to repay the kindness when I'm able."

"I'd rather you pass it on, Devon," he said. "That's what I try to do when I can."

"Of course. I'll do that, too."

"So. Looking for a larger town? One with a shelter?"

"That seems a good place for me to start," she said.

"Mind if I ask? What put you in these straits?"

She took a breath and stroked her daughter's back. "It's not complicated. I lost my job and couldn't find another. I got some benefits and food stamps, but it wasn't enough to pay the rent and I didn't have family to take me in. So, here I am."

"What kind of work you lookin' for?" Raw-ley asked.

Devon laughed a little bit. "I've been working since I was fifteen, I can do a lot of things. Office work, waitress work, worked in a nursing home for a while. I even worked on a farm. I cleaned, cooked, worked in child care a lot—once I was a teaching assistant in a preschool. I went to college. But none of those things paid enough to keep me and Mercy comfortable. I had a boyfriend, but he left. See?" she finished, tilting her head to one side. "Pretty simple. Just rotten timing. Bad luck."

Rawley leaned on the bar. "You know, there's this place on the river. Some kind of religious group. They call themselves The Fellowship. I could drive you out there, see if they'd take you in for a while, fix you up with some—"

"No!" she said hotly. "Please, no! If you could just give me a lift to the highway."

He held up a callused hand. "Shh," he said. "Devon, I know you're from there. I don't know why and you don't have to tell me, but it's pretty clear you needed to be out of the place if you'd drag your kid out in the dark of night and walk over a mountain." He frowned. "She is your kid, ain't she?"

"Of course!" She looked down. "I got a ride over the mountain. I should just get going…."

The child looked like her mother. Rawley was just checking. "Just sit. I can help you out here. You and the little one would be safe while you figure things out. You don't have to be out on the highway, takin' your chances."

She just looked at him with those big blue eyes, her peachy lips parted. Her daughter continued to move Frosted Flakes around in her bowl, apparently oblivious to the conversation. "Why?" she whispered.

"I told you why. You need details? There was this war you're too young to even know about and I came home a mess and no one wanted any part of me, of any of us. A lot of us wandered, just trying to forget or get the noise in our heads to stop. We had the VA but folks didn't even know how to help Vietnam vets. Like I said, I took a lot of charity. I worked some here and there, slept on the street some, helped out at the VA some. Now—I got a house and a job. That's my story. You keep yours till you feel safe. But, girl—we're gonna have to make some changes 'cause I knew where you came from the second I seen you walkin' down the road."

Her eyes got pretty round at that, but she remained mute.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 28, 2013

    Boo

    Plot spoilers should be banned from giving so called reviews that give away the entire plot of the book. Every review here is a plot spoiler, including those who brag how they got their book for free for their 'honest'review. What a laugh. We all know you will give a 'glowing' review for that free book, but the rest of us has to buy that book and you just ruined pal, by telling everything that happened. Who wants to read a book knowing every detail before it happens? I sure dont. And before some smart aleck pops off dont read them....i dont, but when they run on for miles, and you have to scroll past them, its hard not to see something that ruins the story. Think about the other readers before yiu ruin tge book for them. Jyst leave a few lines saying if its good or not. Thats all you need to do. You dont have to regurgitate the book.

    29 out of 39 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 29, 2013

    To Sailon and HarlequinJunkie

    Stop giving away plot spoilers! You people have no self control. Seriously, it's not like I want to hear th entire plot of a book. I want to read the book!

    8 out of 17 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2013

    I Also Recommend:

    Robyn Carr is a master wordsmith. She puts together beautiful ro

    Robyn Carr is a master wordsmith. She puts together beautiful romance and wonderfully winding plots. This is yet another great novel from Ms. Carr.

    8 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 29, 2013

    Love this series

    This is a great series. Just wish she would write faster!

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 28, 2013

    Excellent

    Very enjoyable continuation of this series

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 25, 2013

     "The Hero" delivers the the kind of exceptional story

     "The Hero" delivers the the kind of exceptional story-telling that we have come to expect from Robyn Carr.  Continuing the trilogy of Thunder Point and it's inhabitants, we meet new characters and catch up on the lives of previous characters.  It's like visiting old friends.  

    Robyn Carr is one author whose books I'll buy  on name alone, knowing that any book of hers will be worth the read.  

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2013

    Recommend series for enjoyable fast reads.

    I love this series. You can follow the characters from the other books of the series and how they intermingle with the new characters. I like how the community opened up to this young lady as it does for all newcomers. They are fast reads and I enjoy them between other books that are more complex.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 19, 2013

    Check out the full review at Kritters Ramblings The next in the

    Check out the full review at Kritters Ramblings

    The next in the Thunder Point series from Robyn Carr.  With the addition of Spencer to town, this book mostly revolves around his adjustment to the small town and a new character addition by the name of Devon.  Devon has stumbled upon Thunder Point by escaping a religious compound and has fear that she still isn't really safe.

    I love reading about books with characters that are involved in extreme "religions."  Maybe it is the religious studies major in me, but I just love reading about the psychological effects this situation can have on someone.  The added addition of fear for Devon's daughter who is a child of the religious leader created some great mystery in the book.  I also loved the updates on the other couples in town who were featured in previous books.  It was a perfect balance of update and new storyline!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 31, 2013

    Geesh!

    If you dislike the spoilers...then don't freaking french toast read them! It is quite obvious, the long reviews will more like have some too much detail in it.

    2 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 25, 2013

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    Rating: 4.5 Stars In The Hero (Thunder Point #3) by Robyn Carr,

    Rating: 4.5 Stars

    In The Hero (Thunder Point #3) by Robyn Carr, Spencer Lawson is new to Thunder Point but is already fitting in nicely, gearing up for his role as the town's new football coach. After the recent loss of his wife, he moved his son, Austin, to Thunder Point to be near his biological dad. Spencer didn't anticipate his reaction to a beautiful stranger who arrives in town with her young daughter in tow. He senses her fear of trusting strangers and knows she must have quite a story to tell. Spencer starts off just trying to become Devon's friend, helping her feel comfortable in town and letting her know he is available to talk to at any time. But before long he finds himself having crazy thoughts of building a relationship with Devon. He certainly isn't looking for a new love in his life, yet he can't deny his longing for her. They've both traveled a long, difficult road in the past but he hopes they can help each other heal and create a new life together.

    Devon McAllister and her three year old daughter, Mercy, are on the run. She left the commune under the cover of night with no plan other than to get as far away as possible to build a new life. A kind older gentleman gives her a lift into Thunder Point and offers to help her out, getting herself back on her feet again. At first Devon is leery of him, waiting for the other shoe to drop, but he proves to be honest and trustworthy. He introduces her to his friends and co-workers as his distant cousin. The kindness of these strangers is overwhelming to Devon initially but she soon realizes how lucky she is to have found such a place. Then Spencer surprises her by listening to her and helping out whenever possible, not expecting anything back in return. She's very attracted to him but tells herself it's too soon to even think about getting involved with someone. Spencer becomes a fixture in Devon and Mercy's lives and their friendship begins to grow until they can no longer deny their feelings. Just when they think they might finally find their happily ever after, old emotions and danger invade their lives. Will Spencer and Devon be able to fight their way through and come out unscathed?

    Book three in the Thunder Point series is yet another winner for Robyn Carr. The new addition of both Spencer and Devon to the small community brings us friendship, passion and danger. Even though the book focuses mainly on these two wonderful characters, we still get to catch up with the other residents in town and there are some major events that take place. (I don't want to ruin the fun and give any spoilers!) I highly recommend this heartwarming romance whether you've read the previous two books in this series or not.

    2 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 20, 2013

    Very good.

    Robyn's books are always a pleasure. Easy to read and I like how they are tied together between people and places. Always drawn back for more.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 10, 2014

    Very boring. The writing is bland, the story is predictable and

    Very boring. The writing is bland, the story is predictable and trite, and characters unrealistically sweet and charming.
    Shocked it got 4 stars.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2014

    Misnamed

    Not what I expected…too many characters….I'll stick to mysteries

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  • Posted February 13, 2014

    In The Hero, we get to continue with Spencer who we met in The N

    In The Hero, we get to continue with Spencer who we met in The Newcomer. For a man who has had quite a few blows over the recent months, he’s quite well-adjusted and handles the curveballs with maturity. Of course he’s going to have a few man moments, but he’s sweet, caring, and generous. He’s not perfect, but he’s pretty darn close.

    We also meet Devon for the first time. On the run from a cult, she lucks into Thunder Point and is welcomed with open arms (as is expected for these people). She’s had a rough few years too but she’s ready to start fresh and the little town is the perfect place to be. And meeting Spencer might be the best thing for both of them. I loved these two together and their growing relationship kept me quickly turning pages.

    Full review available at Romantic Reads and Such on wordpress.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 27, 2014

    Flamepaw

    3 stars the storyline is hard to get and the grammar needs work

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2014

    Johan

    ... <br> Way to rip-off the "Red Pyramid." Seriously.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 20, 2014

    Dawflight and Ivyflame

    I dont get the story line, but i love it! It just clicks!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 20, 2014

    Great!!!!!

    Awosome, except i dont get the storyline. ( Its Snowshine from rainclan!)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 19, 2014

    Hmmm..

    I like it! Really, I do! I would give it a four.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 17, 2014

    Ruby

    Helplessly humps a rock.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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