The Promise: Book 5 of Thunder Point series [NOOK Book]

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#1 New York Times bestselling author Robyn Carr returns to Thunder Point with an uplifting story about overcoming loss and finding unexpected love  

Scott Grant has a bustling family practice in the small Oregon community of Thunder Point. The town and its people have embraced the widowed doctor and father of two, his children are thriving, and Scott knows it's time to move on from his loss. But as the town's only ...

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The Promise: Book 5 of Thunder Point series

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Overview


www.robyncarr.com

#1 New York Times bestselling author Robyn Carr returns to Thunder Point with an uplifting story about overcoming loss and finding unexpected love  

Scott Grant has a bustling family practice in the small Oregon community of Thunder Point. The town and its people have embraced the widowed doctor and father of two, his children are thriving, and Scott knows it's time to move on from his loss. But as the town's only doctor, the dating pool is limited. That is, until a stunning physician's assistant applies for a job at his clinic. 

Peyton Lacoumette considers herself entirely out of the dating scene. She's already been burned by a man with kids, and she's come to Thunder Point determined not to repeat past mistakes. When Scott offers her a job, at a much lower salary than she's used to, Peyton is surprisingly eager to accept…at least for now. She's willing to stay for a three-month trial period while she explores other options. 

Scott and Peyton know the arrangement is temporary—it isn't enough time to build a real relationship, never mind anything with lasting commitment. But love can blossom faster than you think when the timing is right, and this short visit just might hold the promise of forever.


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Editorial Reviews

Library Journal
06/15/2014
Swearing off egocentric men, especially those with children, physician's assistant Peyton Lacoumette leaves behind in Portland a top job and a ruined relationship and heads down the Oregon coast to recharge and make plans—plans that definitely don't include falling for an attractive, hardworking doctor in a tiny fishing village off the beaten track. But down-to-earth, welcoming Thunder Point and single dad Scott Grant are exactly what Peyton needs—if only she can put the past in perspective and realize that all single dads and doctors are not the same. An unexpected relationship budding between an unlikely pair of seniors and a welcome assortment of characters continuing their intertwined stories will keep fans smiling at this sweetly sexy, family-centered story that is made all the richer for the colorful details of the heroine's Basque heritage. VERDICT Warm, realistic, and satisfying, this latest addition to Carr's "Thunder Point" repertoire delivers on all counts and leaves fans waiting for the next installment. Although this story stands on its own, the series will be more enjoyable if read from the beginning. Carr (The Chance) lives in the Las Vegas area.
From the Publisher
"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

"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
"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: 9781460334539
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 6/24/2014
  • Series: Thunder Point Series , #5
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 400
  • Sales rank: 159
  • File size: 375 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 www.RobynCarr.com.


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Peyton Lacoumette drove slowly down the main street of Thunder Point, past all the small businesses, including the medical clinic. She drove all the way to the far end of the point where she was stopped by the ornate gates to what could only be a mansion. She could barely make out the structure behind overgrown hedges and untrimmed trees. She got out of the car to peer through the bars, but couldn't see much. If she had been with a couple of her brothers they might have wanted to scale the wall for a closer look, but that wouldn't do in a sundress and sandals.

She turned the car around and went back through the town. It looked pretty well-lived-in, but it was clean, and it was obvious from the small groups of people who had stopped to chat here and there that people were neighborly. A lot of them paused to stare at her car. It was a shiny new black Lexus and had been ridiculously expensive.

People stopping to talk happened a little less often in cities like Portland and San Francisco and hardly ever in New York City, though she'd liked living in those cities. In Bayonne, France, it was more common, almost required that you were never in a hurry. This place appealed to her immediately, probably because it was similar to the town closest to her family's farm. Or Bayonne, for that matter. Peyton saw a woman putting buckets of long-stemmed colorful flowers in front of her shop; a man was sweeping the sidewalk in front of his store; two dogs were leashed to a lamppost at the diner's door—a spotted Great Dane and a Yorkie, sharing a pan of water. The main street appeared well scrubbed and friendly.

She parked in front of the clinic and went inside. It was noon; there were no patients waiting, and the young woman behind the counter stood up to greet her with a smile. "Hi. How can I help you today?"

"I was just passing through, wondering where the best access to the beach was?"

"Probably the marina. Or, Cooper has a beach bar on the far side of the beach, up on the hillside. There's a road to his place from Highway 101, and he has stairs down to the beach and tables on his deck. Cooper's place is the best spot in town to watch the sunset. When the sun sinks behind those big rocks in the bay, it's really beautiful. I think he gets the best part of his business from people who stop by there for something to drink or eat when they're out walking on the beach or waiting for the sunset."

"I saw the beach access from the road, but I didn't stop. There's some building going on out there…."

"That's Cooper's, too. He's building a house, and next door we're building one, too. Me and my fiancé."

"Oh, congratulations," Peyton said. "On the engagement, not the building."

The young woman laughed. "You can congratulate me on that, too. I didn't think I'd ever live in an oceanfront house."

Peyton looked around the small office. "People must be feeling pretty healthy around here today."

"This is an unusually quiet day."

"Are you the doctor or nurse?"

"Just the office manager. Dr. Grant stepped out, since there weren't any patients. Do you need to see the doctor?"

"No," Peyton said with a laugh. "It just seemed like a good place to ask about the town."

"I'm Devon McAllister." She extended a hand across the counter.

"Peyton Lacoumette, nice to meet you," she said. "I grew up on a farm up north, not too far from Portland in the Mount Hood area. I didn't even know this town existed."

"We're a little off the beaten track, and everyone seems to like it that way. There are only two ways into town—across the beach from Cooper's place or a winding road north of here from 101. That's probably how you found us—there's an exit sign. Folks around here keep threatening to take down the sign," she added with a laugh. "They won't, but some tend to like the hidden quality."

"What do most people do around here?" Peyton asked.

"Lots of fishermen, obviously. Then there are small business owners and people who work in those businesses, like me. My fiancé is the athletic director at the high school. A lot of the local population works out of town—Bandon, Coquille, North Bend."

"I drove out to the point and saw a big house or building out there. Huge."

"It's a vacant house. The stuff of legends around here—the old Morrison place. It's before my time here, but I guess the family was rich once, went bust, declared bankruptcy, and the son killed someone and went to prison. He was just a teenager. The only murder this town has ever seen, I'm told."

"Why doesn't someone do something with that place?" Peyton asked.

"I guess because it's so big—no one can afford to live in it."

"What's big?"

Devon shrugged. "Country Club big. Huge rooms, a lot of bedrooms and bathrooms, a restaurant-size kitchen, thousands of square feet on hundreds of acres right on the point. The only other building out there is the lighthouse, because that point and its twin across the bay are very rocky."

"Hmm. Sounds like a clever person could turn it into a library or boarding school or nursing home. It would be fun to see the inside," she said.

"It would. I never thought about it, but a lot of people in town have been inside that house."

"Have you lived here your whole life?" Peyton asked.

"Oh, God, no!" Devon laughed. "Only a year. I'm originally from Seattle—a city girl, really. But there's something about this town…. I like the people, but more than that, it's the feeling of the town in general. It's safe, like it hugs you. Maybe because you have to come here on purpose, it's not something you'd see from the highway and it's not a thoroughfare. I've never lived in a little town before. And then I met my fiancé and found this job, and here I am," she said, and smiled prettily.

"But who runs the office? Is there just the one doctor?"

"Just me and Dr. Grant at the moment, but he's been looking for an associate or nurse practitioner. He doesn't want a big practice, but more than one person capable of writing scripts or putting in stitches would help a lot. It's becoming a busy clinic. He's hoping to expand—we have that many patients. This town could use a twenty-four-hour urgent care, but that takes much more room and staff. He says that's something for down the road."

"And you like it?"

"I love it. I love Dr. Grant."

Peyton raised a brow and smiled. "Does the athletic director mind that you love your boss?"

Devon laughed. "Spencer loves Dr. Grant, too! This town and my job—it's perfect for us. Spencer has an eleven-year-old son, Austin. And I have a four-year-old daughter, Mercy."

"Do you like your soon-to-be stepson?" Peyton asked.

"He's a dream come true," Devon said. "Mercy worships him, and he's very good to her."

"Very lucky for you," Peyton said. "Those things can be dicey—blending families like that."

"We're very lucky, that's true."

"What if you don't find an associate?" Peyton asked.

"We'll manage," Devon said. "We make it work somehow. It's just that…well, Dr. Grant spends a lot of time helping out at other hospitals, sitting on call almost every weekend, and that's inconvenient for him. He's a very devoted family man and needs more time with his family."

"Devoted family man?" Peyton asked.

"Absolutely. Plus he volunteers with Spencer as the game doctor for the football team. This town doesn't have a lot of money, and football is very important to Thunder Point. School programs and sports are the main entertainment here, and most of the student athletes are working hard for scholarships. Spencer's last school—a big, rich Texas high school—had a certified trainer and sports medicine physical therapist. We don't have resources like that here in this little town, so it's important to recruit volunteers like Dr. Grant. I wish you could meet him."

"Devon, would you excuse me for a second? I just have to get something…."

"Sure," Devon said. "Would you like a cup of coffee?"

"No, thanks," she said, smiling over her shoulder as she walked out to her car. She came back in with a cloth briefcase. She opened it on the counter in front of Devon and pulled out a thin newspaper. "I was renting a cottage in Coos Bay for a short vacation. I happened to see this ad but didn't know anything about the town. So, I thought I'd check it out and maybe drop off a résumé."

Devon glanced at the résumé, and her mouth fell open just as her eyes became very round with surprise. "Physician's assistant? From Portland?"

"I worked for a cardiologist. I was there for three years. Very busy practice. I was hoping for something a little quieter for a while."

Devon didn't speak right away. Then she said, "So, you're not just passing through."

"Well, I could have been. I haven't officially started looking for my next job yet. I haven't sent out any résumés yet."

"Why did you leave your former practice?"

"I was replaced, but I promise you my recommendation will be excellent," she said. "Maybe you could give my résumé to Dr. Grant, and if he's interested, my cell phone number and email address are right there," she said, pointing.

"I'll do just that," Devon said. "Miss Sneaky Britches."

Peyton laughed. "Please don't be offended, Devon.

I wasn't going to leave a résumé if something about the town or the clinic or the doctor didn't feel right."

"You haven't met the doctor."

"But you love him," Peyton said. "Even your fiancé loves him."

"Who loves me?" a man asked.

Peyton looked up, and there, standing in the space that led into the back of the clinic, was a very attractive man in his late thirties. He was dressed in faded jeans and a yellow dress shirt, open at the collar, sleeves rolled up. Although he was clearly over thirty-five, he had a boyish quality to his good looks. But not to his physique—he was broad shouldered and had muscular arms and big hands. Even from where she stood, she could see a depth to his blue eyes.

Devon looked over her shoulder. "Meet Dr. Scott Grant, who obviously just snuck in the back door."

He stepped forward. "Pleasure," he said. "Miss Sneaky Britches, was it?"

"Peyton Lacoumette," she said, taking his hand. "I saw your ad. After getting to know Devon a little bit, I decided to drop off a résumé. I'm a physician's assistant."

"Is that so?" he said, taking the page, glancing at it. "I've been interviewing."

"Well, give me a call if you think I suit," she said. "I'm staying in Coos Bay for a little while—just taking a breather before summer is over."

Without looking up from her résumé, he asked, "Do you have time for a conversation now?"

"I—I guess so," she said. Then she laughed a little uncomfortably. "I didn't expect… I didn't dress for… Sure, I have time."

"Good," he said. "Come on back." And he turned that she might follow him.

Scott found himself staring down at the résumé for a long time, looking for flaws. He knew if he looked across the desk he'd see only perfection, and it unsettled him. She was only a job applicant, after all. She was very pretty, yes, but not the type he usually found himself giving a second look. His eyes were usually drawn to blondes, like his late wife. This woman had dark hair, dark eyes and a slightly olive complexion. Her hair was long and straight and looked like a sheet of silk. Italian? Mexican? Sicilian? Her eyes were large and her eyebrows curved in a perfect arch. She was trim—she obviously took care of herself. He noted her very nice collarbones. He almost laughed aloud. Collarbones, Scott? Really? He was afraid to look up. He might lean over the desk to look at her feet and ankles, not that he gave a shit about ankles. He hoped they were at least thick and weird-looking. But he knew they would not be.

"Lacoumette," he said. "Interesting name…."

"It's Basque. Originally from the south of France. Most of the Basque blood in my family is Spanish, but the name originated in the northern Basque country and has survived for generations. My parents are second-generation Americans. They have a farm near Portland." She was quiet for a moment, then cleared her throat. "Do you have any questions about my résumé, Dr. Grant?" she asked.

"You seem to have a lot of experience," he said. "This is one of the most impressive résumés I've seen."

"Twelve years," she said. "Two practices and two hospitals, plus a year at a small clinic in Bayonne, France."

"France?"

"An old clinic right in the middle of Basque territory. I wanted to see where our people came from. I'm probably related to half of them." And she smiled then, showing off a row of beautiful white teeth. She was stunning.

"What do you prefer? The private practice or the hospital?"

"For the hands-on work, the hospital wins. For compensation, I'll take private practice every time."

With her experience, Scott knew she could very likely make more money than he did, in the right place. "Did you look around? This isn't a rich practice."

"That isn't why I dropped by," she said. "Are you frowning?"

Was he glaring at her? He shook himself. "I didn't mean to do that, to be defensive," he said. "It's just that…" He took a breath. "Let me be frank. I started this clinic on a shoestring. I run it on a tight budget. Where salary is concerned, I doubt I could meet your demands."
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 24, 2014

    Avid Reader

    I have read many ofRobyn Carr's books and I don't believe she is the author of this series. The style of these books is the polar opposite of all her ealier writing. These characters are flat with very little depth. The story is like a recital in a rush to get to the end. And boy do they end fast. This one, in my opinion, ended right in rhe middle of a conversaton. Her Virgin River series was fantastic and I imagine it would be hard to top that. This series feels like a remake of the Virgin River books, only a very, very poor remake. I hope to see better work from Robyn Carr down the road. I gave it two stars because her name is on the cover but I believe a ghost writer wrote these books.

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 27, 2014

    Robyn Carr keeps your attention

    Carr has done it again, picks two characters with their own individual problems and meshs them together. From beginning to end you always want to know what is next.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 26, 2014

    Recommend

    I've been enjoying the entire Thunder Point series by Robyn Carr. She is a very comfortable writer. It's very relaxing to read her books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 26, 2014

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  • Posted July 26, 2014

    Highly Recommend

    Great Book just like the first four. I can't wait for #6. I have already pre-ordered it. Robyn Carr is an awesome writer.

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  • Posted July 25, 2014

    Awesome

    I love the Thunder Point Series, everyone of the series has been to where I couldn't put the books down. Robyn Carr keep up the good work they are awesome. Can not wait to read the next one...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 20, 2014

    Highly Recommend

    Could not put this down. This is for the reader who wants to be drawn into the story and get away from it all.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2014

    Loved this series

    Made you feel like you were part of all the of the familys in the book LOVED. Have read all of this series so far...

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  • Posted July 18, 2014

    Highly recommended

    Another winner written by Robyn Carr. I always hate to see one of her books end but then cant wait to read the next one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 23, 2014

    Loved this one!

    Anxiously awaiting the next one in the series!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2014

    Highly recommended

    I really enjoyed this book and love the whole series. I would recommend the series. Can't wait for the next book in the series.

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  • Posted July 18, 2014

    More stars for the Thunder Point Series and Robyn Carr

    This book kept with the "Feel Good" feeling for good, kind people with a sweet love story. I always have a warm, fuzzy feeling after reading each new book in this series.
    Thanks Robyn Carr. Your books are a must for me. It also helps that you spell Robyn like I did my daughter's name almost 50 years ago.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2014

    A must read!

    Have read all her series books and look forward to the next one each time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2014

    Great read. I Enjoy most all of her books.

    I am no good at this.

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  • Posted July 18, 2014

    highly recommended-you must check it out!

    I love the way Ms Carr weaves her characters into her story line, bringing something new and old together. I have read and reread all of her Virgin River Series over and over and I never tire of them. This new series is proving to be just as good. I highly recommend Robyn Carr's books. Loved the Promise.

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  • Posted July 16, 2014

    The Promise is the fifth book in the Thunder Point series, a sma

    The Promise is the fifth book in the Thunder Point series, a small town contemporary romance series which gets better with every release.




    While every book features a different couple, we also get multiple perspectives of past couples and residents of Thunder Point featured throughout each and every book, and while most people will read that and think ugh...I hate more than one point of view in a book, for these books it works, it carries the story along and you are left in no doubt as to which characters perspective you're reading at any given time.




    Thunder Point's Dr Scott is a widower who has recently moved to town with his two young children to open a new clinic, he is finally ready to move on and find romance again, enter Peyton a nurse who has just ended a disastrous relationship with a doctor and his horrible kids, and is in no way looking for a relationship in any way, shape or form.




    But sparks fly when these two are together and it's not long before Peyton realises that not all men are like her ex, and by giving Scott a chance she may just find the kind of love that she's always dreamed of.




    The Promise is full of romance, laughter and small town charm that will leave a warm spot in your heart and a smile on your face, long after you've turned the last page.




    Robyn has created such a heartwarming, well written series with fleshed out characters that will have you caring for each and every one and will leave you anticipating every new release.




    A quick and easy read that I got through in just one sitting, this is one book that you won't want to put down.

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  • Posted July 15, 2014

    Scott Grant is a widowed doctor with two young kids living and


    Scott Grant is a widowed doctor with two young kids living and working in Thunder Point. He is loved by the community and seems too good to be true.

    Peyton is a PA who has been "excused" from her previous life. Her boss/lover has found someone else to take care of his personal life and his office. Peyton needs to find herself and answers an ad for a PA in Thunder Point.

    Peyton is willing to commit to 3 months as Scott's PA while she gets her life back together. Of course, the people of Thunder Point welcome Peyton and she is soon entrenched in the life and lives of Thunder Point, especially Scott and his young family. Her life has turned 180 degrees and she's not sure how she feels about this.

    Carr has written another lovely novel for Thunder Point and as a reader you easily become engrossed in the day-to-day lives of the characters, main and secondary.

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  • Posted July 10, 2014

    Love this series!!!!  Recommend this book very highly!!!

    Love this series!!!!  Recommend this book very highly!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 10, 2014

    Great series

    I love this series, The reality of the characters makes you feel like you're a part of their lives in the small town of Thunder Point.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 10, 2014

    A second chane at love

    Scott and Peyton have both been hurt, Scott by loss, Peyton by betrayal. Both find love with each other, but have to overcome the fear of loving again and jealousy. A sweet story of finding love again.

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