A New Hope (Thunder Point Series #8)

A New Hope (Thunder Point Series #8)

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by Robyn Carr
     
 

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Brand-new from #1 New York Times bestselling author Robyn Carr, A New Hope is a tender, heartfelt addition to her critically acclaimed Thunder Point series. Join her in the small Oregon town of Thunder Point, where you're bound to find friendship, humor and unforgettable romance.

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Brand-new from #1 New York Times bestselling author Robyn Carr, A New Hope is a tender, heartfelt addition to her critically acclaimed Thunder Point series. Join her in the small Oregon town of Thunder Point, where you're bound to find friendship, humor and unforgettable romance.

Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
04/20/2015
Carr continues her romance series set on the Oregon coast with a smoothly written story of two people who find healing and love after bad marriages. Ginger Dysart, still recovering from her baby’s SIDS death, punches farmer and professor Matt Lacoumette after he drunkenly gropes her breast during his sister’s wedding reception. After he apologizes, the two begin a friendship that realistically turns romantic. Their major stumbling block is anger; she’s gotten past hers, and he needs to give his up. Occasionally meddling large families broaden the scope, and a secondary story line involving ALS patient Winnie Dillon (mother of the heroine in One Wish) and her entourage—her nurse, the nurse’s teenage son, and a skating coach—adds depth and surprising humor. Carr falters only when using large moralizing brush strokes to paint the breakup of Matt’s marriage. (July)
From the Publisher
"Carr's new novel demonstrates that classic women's fiction, illuminating the power of women's friendships, is still alive and well." -Booklist on Four Friends

"A thought-provoking look at women...and the choices they make when they realize their lives aren't exactly what they expected-or thought they were." -Kirkus Reviews on Four Friends

"Carr's gift for writing lovably flawed heroes and heroines is evident on every page."

-Publishers Weekly on The Homecoming

"An engaging romance that is sexy, funny and intensely touching."

-Library Journal on The Chance

"The captivating sixth installment of Carr's Thunder Point series (after The Promise) brings up big emotions."

-Publishers Weekly on The Homecoming

"In Carr's very capable hands, the Thunder Point saga continues to delight."

-RT Book Reviews on The Promise

"A touch of danger and suspense make the latest in Carr's Thunder Point series a powerful read."

-RT Book Reviews on The Hero

"With her trademark mixture of humor, realistic conflict, and razor-sharp insights, Carr brings Thunder Point to vivid life."

-Library Journal on The Newcomer

"No one can do small-town life like Carr."

-RT Book Reviews on The Wanderer

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

Library Journal
06/15/2015
Gradually getting on with her life after losing her four-month-old son to SIDS, Ginger Dysart doesn't want to get involved with an out-of-control man with issues—like the tipsy wolf who came on to her at her boss Grace's wedding, handsome Matt Lacoumette, Grace's brother. But beneath all that dangerous, outward charm, Matt is a decent yet troubled guy, and a caring, understanding friend such as Ginger is exactly what he needs—and what she needs, as well. Friendship slowly turns into love as they each come to terms with their separate challenges in a compelling story that brings a new couple together and seamlessly updates the lives of the rest of the Thunder Point folk. VERDICT Two deeply scarred people find unexpected healing, love, and new hope in a touching romance that adds another chapter to Carr's engaging series that hovers at the borders of women's fiction and romance and is sure to appeal to fans of both. Carr (One Wish) lives in the Las Vegas area.
Kirkus Reviews
2015-04-30
After a horrible introduction, Matt Lacoumette makes amends to Ginger Dysart and the two become fast friends—before realizing they might be perfect for each other. After losing her baby to SIDS, Ginger falls into a depression and has a hard time considering the future. Moving to the small Oregon town of Thunder Point to live with a cousin offers her a fresh start, and she settles into the friendly community and her new job at a florist's shop with an unexpectedly hopeful attitude. When she attends the wedding of a new friend, however, the bride's drunken brother embarrasses her with his unwelcome come-on, which lands him in the emergency room when she pushes him away and he can't stay upright. When Matt tracks her down to apologize, the two find that they've both recently had to deal with difficult divorces. Ginger was married to a self-centered wannabe rock star who abandoned her when she became pregnant and barely acknowledged the death of their baby. Matt married a party girl who was ill-fitted to his farmer's lifestyle, then became resentful when he felt her trying to change him. Matt and Ginger are falling in love and considering a future together but not before they find a little healing and learn from their past mistakes. Carr continues her brilliant community-building as a number of storytelling threads come together in a rich narrative tapestry. Matt and Ginger's romance is sweet though slow-moving, but there's a lively cast of secondary characters to keep us engaged and invested. Fans will be delighted to get back to Thunder Point and another poignant romance.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780778317876
Publisher:
MIRA
Publication date:
06/30/2015
Series:
Thunder Point Series , #8
Pages:
336
Sales rank:
61,949
Product dimensions:
6.60(w) x 4.00(h) x 1.00(d)

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The Basque really know how to get married, Ginger Dysart thought. She hadn't attended the wedding ceremony and she'd had doubts about attending this reception, given all the sadness she'd suffered over the past year. Her own marriage had barely begun when it ended in divorce. But she was so glad she'd come to the reception. It was an ethnic extravaganza—the Basque food, the music, the dancing. The bride and groom, Scott and Peyton Grant, had whirled around the dance floor a couple of times, then parted so Scott could dance with his mother and Peyton could dance with her father. And then there was a series of handsome dark-haired men who claimed the bride—brothers, cousins, uncles.

Paco Lacoumette presided over the party with all the aplomb of a king and was clearly in his element. The couples dancing would cease and the Basque men in their traditional dress of white with red vests and caps would take the floor and put on a show to the wild applause of the guests. Then more couples dancing. Even Ginger was dragged from her chair and pulled out to dance, despite her efforts to decline. She danced with men she knew—Cooper, Spencer, Mac, Scott—and men she didn't know, those good-looking, dark Lacou-mette relatives. At one point she spied Troy, Grace's boyfriend, who must have just arrived. Grace, Ginger's boss and owner of the flower shop in Thunder Point, thought Troy wasn't going to make it and had been so disappointed, yet there he was, twirling Grace around with almost professional skill. And judging by the glowing look on Grace's face, she was completely thrilled!

Wine flowed, food was constantly replenished, dancing and laughter filled the night. Ginger felt pretty for the first time in so long. She wore a new dress, cut to her slim figure. She'd lost a lot of weight in the past several months; men were looking at her in a way they hadn't before, and she actually enjoyed the feel of their eyes on her. Those lusty, dark-haired Basque men did nothing to conceal their appreciative gazes.

The whole atmosphere was magical—teenagers were dancing or dashing about the grounds and orchard, sneaking behind trees for stolen kisses, children were riding on the shoulders of fathers, grandfathers and uncles, women were clapping in time to the music, laughing, singing, gossiping. Peyton and Scott were in much demand on the dance floor and in between songs many toasts were made. There were far too many Lacou-mettes to remember all their names, but they made her feel welcome and appreciated, thanking her repeatedly for helping Grace bring the wedding flowers.

There was one darkly handsome man she'd noticed right away because he was the only one who seemed sulky and unhappy, and he was the one approaching her now as she stood beside her table. He had the swarthy good looks and fierce eyes of a pirate or maybe a serial killer. And with such precision timing, he had singled her out while everyone else from her table was dancing.

"Hey, pretty lady," he said with a smile that was off-kilter. His words were slurred. That would at least partially account for the half-mast eyes and pouting expression—he was obviously drunk. Well, this happened at weddings with great regularity, especially weddings where the wine flowed so liberally.

"Time for a dance!" he said.

"Thank you, but I'm going to sit this one out," she replied.

"Hmm," he said, stroking his chin. "Then we should go straight to the hayloft!"

She was appalled. But she remained composed and confident. "I'm sitting that out, as well."

"No, come with me," he said. "You and me—let's do this." And then he reached for her. And grabbed her right breast.

She shrieked, shoved him away. His feet got tangled, he fell backward over a chair and went down, hitting his head on the way. And there he lay, motionless and unconscious.

"Help," she said. Then louder. "Help!"

She got far more attention than she wanted or expected. And of course, there were the questions. What happened? Are you hurt? Did he pass out? Is he dead?

"He grabbed at me," she said, waving a hand over the area of her breast without pointing or saying it. "I shoved him away and he fell and…I think he might've hit his head on the table."

There he lay in a heap, on his back, his legs twisted awkwardly.

In just seconds Peyton and Scott were there, Scott crouching and lifting the man's eyelids, looking at his pupils. "Well, they're equal, but damn…they're big. Does he take anything?" he asked his bride.

"Yes, wine," Peyton said. "He killed a full skin before the dancing."

Then Paco was pushing his way through the crowd, looking down. "I knew it would come to this," he said. "There was no slowing him down."

"I think we should call 911, get a head CT, make sure he didn't crack his skull," Scott said.

"His head is made of wood," Paco said. "It would serve him right to be carried out of his sister's wedding on one of those backboard things and spend the night in a hospital." Paco reached for the ice bucket on the table. Everyone scooted back immediately, as if they knew what was coming. Peyton pulled Scott away while Paco took a bottle of white wine out of the bucket, put it on the table and doused the man with the ice water.

He sputtered and coughed and sat up.

"See what I'm telling you? Wood. George! Sal! Mikie! Get Matthew from your sister's wedding! Hide his keys!" The men moved into action immediately. Paco looked at Ginger and said, "There's always one. I apologize." Then he took in the gathering crowd and clapped. "I think it's time I dance with my wife!"

Grace arrived, pushing her way through the crowd. "Ginger! Is everything all right?"

"I'm not sure," she said, looking as the men were leaving—three of them walking steadily and one weaving dangerously.

"My brother, Matt," Peyton said. "He has issues. Divorce issues. He was divorced a little over a year ago but it appears he's still very bitter. Weddings don't seem to bring out the best in him. He didn't hurt you, did he?"

"He didn't quite connect," Ginger said. "I was about to say good-night anyway. I'm going back to my folks' house in Portland for the night."

"I might kill Matt," Peyton said.

"Just enjoy the rest of your party," Ginger said. "No harm done. To me, anyway. God, I hope I didn't hurt him."

"You heard my father—his head is made of wood."

"I'll call you in the morning," Grace said. "Troy had some car trouble on the way up here and we'll have to see where that stands in the morning and figure out how we're all getting home. I've got the van, you take your father's car back to him."

Ginger turned to Peyton. "It was a wonderful reception. You look ravishing. And I was just thinking, the Basque people really know how to get married."

Ginger's parents, Dick and Sue, had waited up. That was definite evidence as to how concerned they were about her—they stayed up past ten when their usual bedtime was before nine. And when she walked in the front door, looking perfectly alive, they both stood from their recliners. They looked at her expectantly.

"Did you have a good time?" Sue asked hesitantly.

"I had a lovely time," she said. "The flowers were beautiful, the wedding party was gorgeous and the party was like something out of a fairy tale. You wouldn't believe the fun of Basque dancing and music! And the food? Oh, my God, the food was just amazing. And I'm exhausted—I'm going straight to bed."

"Are you…comfortable in your room, Ginger?" Sue asked.

"Yes, of course. And thank you for making it so nice for me."

She kissed them both on their cheeks and went upstairs. Upstairs to the large bedroom and small adjacent nursery that had been renovated especially for her when she'd come home to her parents', pregnant and alone; to the room where she had cared for her little son for the four short months of his life.

Ginger had been staying with her father's cousin Ray Anne in Thunder Point for the last month. It was through Ray Anne that she'd gotten the job in Grace's flower shop, a job that was really saving her life, hour by hour. Before she came back to Portland with Grace for this wedding and weekend visit, Ray Anne had called Sue and asked her to pack up all those baby things that Ginger had been looking at since his death over nine months ago. The crib and mobile had been taken down, the clothes removed from the drawers, boxed up and stored, the necessary accoutrements like the car seat, bouncy chair, baby bean bag, bath items and changing table were all gone. She didn't think her parents had given them away, but they were out of sight. Probably stored in the attic or garage. There was only one framed picture of Ginger and Josh that she found in the top drawer.

She took it out, put it on the bedside table and changed into her pajamas.

When her father had suggested, rather emotionally, that Ginger go to Thunder Point and stay with Ray Anne for at least a few weeks, she had not wanted any part of it. But it was plain to see her parents needed a break from her grief. Now she was so glad she had gone. When she was in Thunder Point, she at least had the illusion of getting on with her life. She had a new, improved appearance, at Ray Anne's insistence. She had that lovely little job in the flower shop. She had slept well and had an appetite again. Oh, she'd longed for little Josh, like always. But she was marching on.

She crawled into the bed at her parents' house, turned the picture of herself and her baby toward her, left the light on so she could see it and sobbed.

Troy Headly had missed the Lacoumette-Grant wedding ceremony and barely made it to the reception. His Jeep had broken down by the side of the road and AAA had to send a tow truck. At least the tow-truck driver had been willing to drop him off at the Lacoumette farm where the festivities were held, but it left him and Grace with her flower-delivery van to drive to a hotel in Portland. They left the valet to park the flower van so they could check in. The day was not going the way he'd hoped it would.

He had proposed, however. In the pear grove at the farm while the revelers had partied under a big tent beside the grove. And Grace had said yes.

When he finally had her alone in the hotel room, he kissed her senseless. "Do you really like the ring, Gracie? Because we could go together to the jeweler and get a better one."

"You're not taking my ring!" she said emphatically. She placed it on her finger. "You picked it out yourself and I love it! I love you! I couldn't wear it tonight and draw attention to myself like that—it's Peyton's day. But the second we get home, I'm going to be showing everyone." Then she was the one who grew serious. "Are you sure about this, Troy? Because you didn't want a wife so soon."

He laughed and whirled her around and swept her onto the bed. He pulled off her pumps and ran a hand up her thigh. "I didn't want children so soon, either, but guess what? We're starting right now." He covered her flat belly with his big hand. "We're going to have to get better at this birth-control thing or we'll end up with twenty."

"I don't think there's time for twenty," she said.

"Gracie," he said, his hand roaming, his voice a little breathless. "Is this a garter belt?"

She shrugged. "I think you bring out the slutty underwear in me."

"Oh, honey, you plan to drug me with sex and get at least ten babies out of me before I know what's hit me. Is that right? Huh? When are we getting married?"

"We have a little time. Maybe we should elope before my mother tries to plan a coronation from her sickbed."

"I don't want to elope," he said. "I want to party! Please, Gracie, take off this dress! Let's do it, then we can argue about the wedding. I always get my way after I make you feel good." He kissed her. "I know exactly how to get my way." He pulled down the zipper on the back of her dress and helped her shimmy out of it. "God," he said. "I'm going to make you very happy."

George Lacoumette and his wife, Lori, insisted on taking Matt to the hospital…with a bucket in his lap. They didn't really think he'd cracked his head open, they explained. They thought the likelihood of concussion was lower than alcohol poisoning. But there would be nothing as awkward as the untimely death of a member of the wedding party. In an effort to protect Peyton's happy memories of her special day, they forced Matt into their car and then into the emergency room.

Matt was pissed as hell. He knew he'd been out of line and regretted it, but he wanted to be taken home. He still lived in the apartment he'd shared with his ex-wife, Natalie, a woman he still loved, except that he hated her. It was Natalie's fault that he'd gotten smashed at the wedding. They'd been married on the farm and he was still in a state of anger and depression over the divorce, which had come much too soon after the wedding.

The ER doctor started an IV, then left the room as a bag of fluid ran into Matt. He sobered up fast.

The doctor returned after a while.

"Wow," Matt said. "I only see one of you!"

"Welcome back." The doctor laughed.

"I didn't know you could do that! One IV, instant sobriety! Instant shame!"

"Yeah, it's magic. So, you have a headache?"

"Right here," Matt said, pointing to the back of his head. "Am I injured?"

"Possible liver damage, but we didn't see any blood or bumps. Let's check the eyes." The doctor waved a light across his pupils. "I'm going to go out on a limb here and suggest you bumped your head on the way to passing out. So—this a problem for you?"

"Hitting my head and passing out?" he asked.

"No, drinking like a pig and falling down," the doctor clarified. "Are you an alcoholic?"

"Ah, shit." He rubbed his head. "I'm divorced. I got married in that same orchard a couple of years ago. It didn't last long. The marriage, that is. It was kind of…what's the word?"

"Painful? Embarrassing? Grievous? Lonely? Regrettable?" the doctor tried.

"Yeah, those are the words. I might've overdone it a little tonight."

"So you're not adjusting well?" he asked.

"My brothers and sisters have taken to calling me Mad Matt. Does that tell you anything?"

"You might want to consider some counseling. Before you really hurt yourself."

"Doc, I appreciate your help, but if there's one thing I don't ever want to talk about it's my ex-wife and my divorce."

"Brother, there is life after divorce. I am living proof."

"You?"

"Me. According to my ex-wife I keep lousy hours, I'm inattentive off the job, I don't pitch in, I'm snarky and critical, a tightwad, insensitive, selfish, many negative things. The list is long."

"I didn't think anyone divorced a doctor," Matt said, sounding surprised.

"The divorce rate among doctors is high," he said. "I'm going to let you go home. If you have any problems or questions, call me. Don't sit and wonder if you're okay, just call me. And be done drinking for the day."

"Funny," Matt said, "the divorce rate among farmers is low. Yet."

"Even if you were given a reason, that's just one opinion," the doctor said. "You going to be okay now?"

Meet the Author

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 www.RobynCarr.com.

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The New Hope 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 36 reviews.
Anonymous 11 months ago
Great series
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Grear read.....keep it up robyn...with the thunder point series..
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Take a great trip to Thunder Point. Robyn paints a beautiful picture of a place I want live in. This story, as with all her stories, takes you away and introduces you to strong characters taking on life challenges and succeeding.
PollyBennett More than 1 year ago
Thunder Point doesn't get any better than New Hope. Written about love with love, a wonderful addition to the series.
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christalvp More than 1 year ago
What a great addition to the Thunder Point Series! I loved it! Ginger and Matt were wonderful together, and just what each other needed. I loved reading about their sweet romance, and seeing Ginger come alive again and Matt get over his heartbreak. Ginger Dysart has been able to power through some of the grief over her son's death after coming to Thunder Point. She has a job that she is enjoying with a florist, and she is excited about assisting with a wedding. The bride's drunken brother puts a damper on her enjoyment, but he later shows up at the flower shop to apologize. Ginger sees that Matt isn't typically the lout she met at the wedding, and soon a friendship springs up between them. As it turns to more, a lovely and sweet romance develops, but both of them have things in their pasts to overcome before they can look to the future. This was a good one! Ginger and Matt were great characters, and the romance between them was tender and heartwarming. This is one of my favorites of the series to date. Thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for providing an ARC in return for an honest review.
deeeee More than 1 year ago
Ginger is recovering from so much personal tragedy; a failed marriage, a baby who died from SIDS, and she has come to Thunder Point to stay with her aunt. After a short time, Ray Anne insists she venture outside, get a haircut, some new clothes that fit her, and attempt to get her life on track. Ginger gets a job in the flower shop with Grace and things begin to slowly improve. Ginger and Grace have to do the flowers for Matt's sister Peyton's wedding. At the reception, Matt approaches Ginger, but because of his drunken state, he accidently gropes Ginger, who pushes Matt away. He is unsteady, falls to the ground, and hit his head on the table and on the ground "knocking" himself out. Paco, Matt's father, poured a bucket of ice water over Matt's head to wake him up and then the family took him to the ER to make sure he didn't bust his head. A short time later, Matt shows up in Thunder Point to grovel to both Ginger and his sister because he knows he needs to "man up". Ginger, of course, accepts Matt's apology and against her better judgment, agrees to have dinner with him. Once the awkwardness is over, they find they enjoy each other's company. Segments of their past slowly are shared with one another and a friendship develop. This is a beautiful story filled with new hope for several characters within the book, some we've met before in previous stories, and new friends we meet in this one. I thoroughly enjoy Ms. Carr's books and this one didn't disappoint.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A story of finding love a second time. Learning to let go of the past to embrace the future and that love. A sweet read.
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Twink More than 1 year ago
A New Hope is the 8th entry in the Thunder Point series by best selling author Robyn Carr. I don't read a lot of romance, but a co-worker mentioned that she had enjoyed quite a few Robyn Carr titles. I was looking for an easy, feel good read, so A New Hope seemed like a good bet. Ginger Dysart has suffered great personal loss. Still grieving, she moves to the small town of Thunder Point, Oregon, to help out her cousin. Carr quickly introduces us to the many residents of the town, each with their own story and personality. I must admit to feeling slightly overwhelmed in the beginning, with the sheer number of story lines and connections. Ginger is a likable character, as are most of the players. Thunder Point is that mythical little town, where everyone knows your name (and your business) the neighbours pitch in and help is always just around the corner. Idyllic and a perfect setting. At a local wedding, Ginger is hit on by a drunken Matt Lacoumette, who has also suffered loss. Sober, he comes by to apologize to Ginger and.....well, you can see it coming can't you? No surprise - - their relationship grows from no thanks, to friends and onward. Carr grows this relationship nicely, with more than a few truths and some thoughtful introspection along the way. My only complaint would be the inclusion of what I viewed as somewhat gratuitous sex scenes. No, it's not me being prudish. I just thought they felt forced, or injected into the story as a prerequisite element. I was enjoying the story without these insertions. What I did really enjoy was that caring town and its residents. Carr has included a wide variety of characters, from young to old, each with their own story. It's easy to see why readers get hooked on such series. It's lovely to imagine such a place as Thunder Point might exist. The growing relationship between Ginger and Matt is of course a given, despite the setbacks thrown in their paths. But that's why we read romance isn't it? For that happy ever after. Readers will find that ending in A New Hope.
allromancereader More than 1 year ago
Every time I read a Robyn Carr novel, its like coming home again. It's so easy to step right back in to the lives of the residents of Thunder Point, even after time away. The author creates a compelling town with delightful residents and I love catching up with old ones and meeting new ones just the same. I finished this book with such a good feeling in my heart and I fell in love with Matt a little myself just as Ginger was falling in love with him! Matt and Ginger are such complex characters with complicated, grief-stricken pasts and both are just doing what they can to get by most days. I think the author's depiction of Ginger's grief over the loss of her child, which we mostly saw in the previous Thunder Point book, was incredibly realistic, and her depiction of Matt's dealing with his own loss was also incredibly genuine. The journey that Matt and Ginger took to each other was joyful but honest, and the maturity that each of them demonstrates is one rarely seen in couples today. The reason the couples in Thunder Point are so blissfully happy and fiercely in love is because the author creates loving relationships based on trust, sharing, and friendship. The drama isn't created for the sake of drama - it's real life experienced by the people living in Thunder Point and it makes you feel like a resident yourself. In addition to getting a peek into the lives of Matt and Ginger, the book continues the storyline of characters we met in the previous book - One Wish - Grace, Troy, and Winnie. Winnie has moved to town and we get to see glimpses of a mature loving (if not IN love) relationship between Mikhail and Winnie as she continues to suffer from ALS. The love in the relationships we've already seen develop in previous books persists, and we meet new residents of Thunder Point that we know we'll get to know better in subsequent books. If you are a new reader to Thunder Point, never fear. This book reads just as well as a standalone - you'll love the characters you meet, and get a complete story of Ginger and Matt's love, but I guarantee you'll be headed back to the beginning of the series because you'll need to get to know the other folks in town, have a sandwich from Carrie, or check out some of the other folks hanging out on the beach outside Coopers. I leave A New Hope with a wonderful feeling in my heart but a yearning to head back to Thunder Point soon.
hyjean More than 1 year ago
In latest installment of ThunderPoint books we follow Ginger and Matt. Both of them are trying to move on from bad marriages and not sure if they ever want to get married again. This book shows that if you can move beyond the pain you have a chance at finding happiness again. The chemistry between Matt and Ginger is so real you can actually feel it.What I love most about Robyns' writing is how real life the characters feel, she makes them have real life problems and you can feel them falling in loove as they go through their relationship, it's not always instaneous. I can't wait for the next book as they just keeo getting better!
KrittersRamblings More than 1 year ago
Check out the full review at Kritters Ramblings The latest Thunder Point book and as I always say they keep getting better and better. Ginger the main character in this book, made a brief appearance in the previous book, but she takes center stage in this one. Matt our other main character also made an appearance in the previous book, but you hear more from him in this one. Matt and Ginger come across each other in the first chapter at a wedding that Ginger is helping with the flowers and Matt is brother to the bride, but still reeling from the break up of his own marriage and a wedding isn't the place for him to be at the moment.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Had to read it in one night because I can never put her books down!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book delves into love and what makes or breaks a marriage. The development of all the characters is great and I loved watching Matt and Ginger learn about each other as their relationship comes about. Highly recommend it.
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