Reader Review: Sunrise Point A Virgin River Novel: Book 3 by Robyn Carr ISBN: 9780778313175 Nora, who had at Christmas came to Virgin River and the townspeople had helped her and her two small infants out, is now applying for a job apple picking to help with expenses as her two part-time jobs just don't make a lot. She gets many of the local women to help with the kids so she can work at the orchard til Tom finds out she's been injured. He takes matters into his own hands. He recalls another woman that he fell in love with one season and doesn't want to have that repeated with Nora. They find themselves talking more to one another and realizing they come from very similar backgrounds as far as family goes. Things happen with Nora to reunite with her family and she shares with him what she's been able to find out. As Tom has been busy repairing his orchard fences he enforces that Nora wait for him to pick her up and drop her off from work or the wild animals might mistake her for food. The scenery is very country, everything is wild, flowers, food and animals. Sounds like a heavenly place to grow up where others care about one another and are there to help lend a hand when one is needed. She tries to rebuild her past with help from Jed and the memories she did have that her mother told her never happened, did in fact happen. She's got a lot of healing to do to trust again. Tom has a deceased buddy's wife to visit for a weekend as she's on her way t study at a nearby university. She's just gorgeous and Nora can't compete with even her looks, never mind her clothes or car. Nora needs time to heal still and not feel like she's a failure. Other people in town come back to visit and it brings you up to date with what's going on in their lives. Even if you've never read a virgin river book you are introduced to the people as if you had never read any of the series, but if you have read the prior books it's just a good refresher course in what is the latest with them. Like how this book is so up to date with current events in the country: the BP oil spill and how one of the people in the book are involved or perceived to work in the area and we are told and given different opinions of what's really going on there. choices, so many of them...
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|Title of eBook: Sunrise Point|
|Release Date: 04-24-2012|
|Publisher: MIRA||Store Sales Rank: 212|
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Title: Sunrise Point December 18, 2012 Love the characters, the story is sweet, make me laugh at times and makes me want to cry the other times. I love how Nora is so independent and brave, and the background makes the cjaracter more believeable. The one thing that confuses me is the appearance of a character in the middle of the story that didn't have any connection or relevance to the carcter and the plot. But all on all its a great book to read.
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Number of Comments: 7 Rating(s) 6 Review(s)
Reviewer: A reader from SURABAYA, EAST JAVA IDN
December 18, 2012
Love the characters, the story is sweet, make me laugh at times and makes me want to cry the other times. I love how Nora is so independent and brave, and the background makes the cjaracter more believeable. The one thing that confuses me is the appearance of a character in the middle of the story that didn't have any connection or relevance to the carcter and the plot. But all on all its a great book to read.
May 30, 2012
Reviewer: A reader from BARRIE, ONTARIO CAN
this is a great series i love they way she writes about a few differant couples in each book i like the way she introduces new people an gives them a purpose in the town. i like how the town is growing can't wait for next one
May 28, 2012
Reviewer: A reader from SANTA CLARITA, CA USA
This is Tom And Nora's story. Loved it. Nora is a strong woman just trying to take care of herself and her daughters. Tom is a darling, misguided typical man, attracted to the spit and polish of a shallow manipulative woman, takes him awhile to see the light, by that time I was about ready to slap him across the head! Loved the apple orchard, the supporting cast was wonderful, loved meeting Coop, I'm wondering if he will be the star of a story coming down the tube in the future. Maxie was such a wonderful person, wouldn't we all like a grandmother like her!
April 27, 2012
Reviewer: A reader from HOUSTON, TX USA
Nora had been abandoned by the people in your life that are suppose to be there for you--mother, father and the father of her children. Some people keep the cycle going and she could have very well abandoned her children but she chose to be different. She wanted to be the best mom and role model that it was possible to be. Tom comes back to VR after he gets out of the military to run his family's apple orchard and that's where he meets Nora. I have to admit that Tom seem a little shallow at first when he goes for the pretty, shiny girl (Darla) but he can't quite figure out why he is so stuck on Nora instead. What I really like about the VR series is that the characters are full of life and not pushovers. They are inspirational because they don't let the problems get in the way of living.
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