Paradise Valley A Virgin River novel

Robyn Carr

Book - 2009

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Subjects
Genres
Love stories
Published
Don Mills, Ont. : Mira c2009.
Language
English
Physical Description
410 p. ; 17 cm
ISBN
9780778315902
9780778312949
0778312941
Main Author
Robyn Carr (-)
Review by Publisher Summary 1

Marine corporal Rick Sudder returns home to Virgin River from Iraq, broken and alone, until the passion and commitment of a young woman restores his faith in love, while Dan Brady, an outsider looking for a place to start over, arrives in Virgin River and gets an unexpectedly warm welcome. Reissue.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

Rick Sudder returns home from the Iraq War broken and alone, until the passion and commitment of a young woman restores his faith in love, while outsider Dan Brady gets an unexpectedly warm welcome when he arrives in Virgin River.

Review by Publisher Summary 3

Welcome back to Virgin River with the books that started it all…A moving story about survival, forgiveness—and the power of love to heal a wounded spiritMarine corporal Rick Sudder is home early from Iraq—his tour ended abruptly on the battlefield. The carefree boy is gone, replaced by a man who believes his future is as bleak as his mirror image. But can the passion and commitment of a young woman who has never given up on him mend his broken body and shattered heart?As the people of Virgin River rally around Rick, another recent arrival tests the tightly knit mountain town’s famous welcoming spirit. Dan Brady has a questionable past, and he’s looking for a place to start over. He’d like it to be Virgin River…if he can find a way in. But he never expects to find it in the arms of a woman who was as much an outcast as himself.For a favorite son returned from war and an outsider looking for a home, Virgin River offers them a chance to make peace with the men they once were…and to find the dreams they thought they’d lost.