Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds
Peyton Lacoumette stops in town not realizing that she’s looking for a job. Dr. Scott Grant is looking for some help with his practice. Ms. Carr has a way with words – you can feel the connection as it develops between Scott and Peyton. She also catches the readers up on some of the characters that we met in previous books. One thing that is constant in this series is how quaint the town is and how friendly everyone appears to be.
There’s one scene that ends with Peyton making me very jealous – she has a gallon of my favorite ice cream. That makes it definite – I’m moving to Thunder Point. Robyn has a way of creating a sense of community in this series it’s not all about a couple falling in love. You come to care about the people she writes about.
Women aren’t the only ones that can find love the second time around. This author makes Scott out to be a very romantic man who thinks about the woman he’s with. He’s also a man who’s very understanding. He also doesn’t try to stand in the way of Peyton doing what she wants.
This author takes great care in creating her scenes, which makes it very easy to picture what’s going on. You can count on her to help you forget the stress that for some can almost be constant. I’m able to just sit back, relax, and get lost in a town that you want to find and get to know the people there.
If you’re looking for a story that will make you smile – you’ve found a great choice. There are a lot of pages, not as many as some, but you will get so lost in the story that you don’t realize how quickly they go by. The disappointment comes when you realize that you’ve come to the end. But then you realize that there’s another book just around the corner.