Virgin River by Robyn Carr

October 17, 2007 at 11:12 am | Posted in Fiction | Leave a comment


In this story, we are introduced to the people from Virgin River and Melinda Monroe who is a nurse who works in The County Hospital trauma centre in Los Angeles.

Melinda wants to get out of Los Angeles and puts her resume with the Nurses Registry. A recruiter brings the town of Virgin River to Melindas attention. Hope McCrea, a woman from Virgin River informs Melinda that the town doctor is getting too old and needs help and also Hope will donate a cabin to live in and will pay the first years salary.

All is not what it seems, and when Melinda arrives at Virgin River, the cabin is a dump and the doctor doesn’t want anything to do with her. Melinda decides to leave, but because of the rain and treacherous road conditions next morning will be the first opportunity.

Some time before morning, a tiny baby is abandoned on her front porch, this along with Jack, a certain bar owner changes her plans.

I enjoyed reading about the people of Virgin River and look forward to the next novel in the three part series.

Recommended by Gwen

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