Length: 10 hours and 43 minutes
Series: Virgin River #11
Genres: Mystery, Cozy
Published by MIRA on December 21, 2010
Narrator: Thérèse Plummer
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Also in this series: A Virgin River Christmas , Second Chance Pass , Temptation Ridge , Paradise Valley , Forbidden Falls , Angel's Peak , Moonlight Road
Also by this author: Virgin River, Shelter Mountain (Virgin River, #2), Whispering Rock , A Virgin River Christmas , Second Chance Pass , Temptation Ridge , Paradise Valley , Forbidden Falls , Angel's Peak , Moonlight Road
After years spent on ranches around Los Angeles, Clay Tahoma is delighted to be Virgin River's new veterinary assistant. The secluded community's wild beauty tugs at his Navajo roots, and he's been welcomed with open arms by everyone in town—everyone except Lilly Yazhi.
Lilly has encountered her share of strong, silent, traditional men within her own aboriginal community, and she's not interested in coming back for more. In her eyes, Clay's earthy, sexy appeal is just an act used to charm wealthy women like his ex-wife. She can't deny his gift for gentling horses, but she's not about to let him control her. There's just one small problem—she can't control her attraction to Clay.
But in Virgin River, faith in new beginnings and the power of love has doors opening everywhere....
Barb and I are back in Virigin River, we will conquer this series eventually…lol. Go check out what she thought after you read my review at Booker T’s Farm!
Here is what I thought
We have made it to the eleventh installment in the Virgin River series and I am still finding it to be enjoyable.
In this one we have some new characters introduce and I really liked them. Clay Tahoma, is Native American and a vet tech and has moved to Virgin River to help a friend at his vet clinic and to try and break ties from his ex-wife, and he also hopes to make a home there for him and his teenage son (not from the ex-wife). He is great with horses and has a special kind of bond with them that will help Nat expand his clinic as he also boards some horses. Lilly, also a Native American (different tribe) helps her grandfather in his feed business and was delivering some feed when she meets Clay and romance ensues and a few dramatic turns because that seems to be a must in romance books. 🙂
I enjoyed the cultural aspects of this one and we get to learn a lot about Clay and Lilly’s heritage ideas on relationships. Also it’s funny because they come from different tribes who a long time ago didn’t get along so there are a few jokes about that which was kind of fun. Lilly and Clay’s families were a lot of fun and I do hope we get to see a bit more of them in future books like we do others from the series.
I really liked this one and can’t wait to continue on with the series.
Therese Plummer does a great job with this series!