Virgin River (Virgin River, #1) – Robyn Carr

Source: Goodreads

Mel needs a new start, away from her haunted existence in Los Angeles. The quiet mountain town of Virgin River with a lone, elderly, family practitioner and a rent-free cabin seems like the perfect fit.
But the doctor was never informed of Mel’s arrival and claims he has no use for a nurse practitioner and midwife, the cabin is unlivable, and the ridiculously good looking bartender seems overly interested in her business. Is this really what Mel needs, or is her sister Joey right, and LA is where she belongs?

This small town military romance is more than meets the eye. It kicks off Carr’s signature series, the history of a community with romance in its veins. Mel and Jack become the foundation upon which every healthy relationship in the series is built on, and the wit, humor, and deeply emotional stories the characters portray all reach for a bar decidedly set by Mel and Jack.
The decadent scenery only adds to the magic of the little town, which is rebuilt book by book, right alongside the couples who find themselves in Virgin River.

HHC Rating: 5 Stars


Other reviews in this series:
Book 1 – Virgin River *(This Review)*
Book 2 – Shelter Mountain
Book 3 – Whispering Rock
Book 4 – A Virgin River Christmas
Book 5 – Second Chance Pass
Book 6 – Temptation Ridge
Book 7 – Paradise Valley
Book 7.5 – Under The Christmas Tree
Book 8 – Forbidden Falls
Book 9 – Angel’s Peak
Book 10 – Moonlight Road
Book 10.1 – Sheltering Hearts
Book 10.5 – Happy New Year Virgin River
Book 11 – Promise Canyon
Book 12 – Wild Man Creek
Book 13 – Harvest Moon
Book 14 – Bring Me Home For Christmas
Book 15 – Hidden Summit
Book 16 – Redwood Bend
Book 17 – Sunrise Point
Book 18 – My Kind of Christmas

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