Katie Malone and her twin boys' trip along the beautiful mountain roads to Virgin River is stopped short by a tire as flat as her failed romance. To make matters worse, the rain has set in, the boys are hungry and Katie is having trouble putting on a spare. As she stands at the side of the road... show more
Katie Malone and her twin boys' trip along the beautiful mountain roads to Virgin River is stopped short by a tire as flat as her failed romance. To make matters worse, the rain has set in, the boys are hungry and Katie is having trouble putting on a spare. As she stands at the side of the road pondering her next move, she hears a distinct rumble. The sight of the sexy, leather-clad bikers who pull up beside her puts her imagination into overdrive.Dylan Childress and his buddies are on the motorcycle trip of a lifetime. But the sight of a woman in distress stops them in their tracks. And while the guys are checking out her car, she and Dylan are checking out one another.In one brief moment, the world tilts on its axis and any previous plans Katie and Dylan might have had for their futures are left at the side of the road.
Publish date: February 28th 2012
Pages no: 377
Edition language: English
Series: Virgin River (#18)
This was one of my least favorite books in the series. A male and female lead that were lame together and a male lead that sucked. I think Carr was going for a reformed rake story-line taking place in contemporary times, but honestly it didn’t work. And I loathe contemporary romances where the male ...
I knew Katie was going to get her own book! As soon as she showed up in Hidden Summit, I knew she was going to end up in Virgin River somehow. I wasn't expecting her boss/soon to be boyfriend to really be a gay guy who was pretending to be straight. I guess Carr had to get rid of him somehow.
Really enjoyed this one. I got a little tired of Dylan reminding everyone of his issues. BUT I loved Conner and Leslie and Katie is one of my fav heroines. I hope we get an update on them in the next book.
3.25/ 5; 3 stars; B+Robyn Carr never disappoints. This was a pleasant story with likeable characters. I always enjoy visiting Virgin River and Grace Valley. I wasn't bowled over by this entry into the Virgin Rivers series but it was still worth reading.
I so enjoy this Virgin River series. This story had plenty of new aspects such as twin children and a bear family along with old favorites in Jack's bar. I had mixed feelings about the hero although he was realistic. Dylan is taking a motorcycle trip when he stops to help Katie change a flat tire...