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Promise Canyon Best selling author Robyn Carr has earned a devoted following for her inspirational tales of love and redemption set in the near magical confines of Virgin River Lilly Yazhi knows all she needs to know about Clay Tahoma Sure, he s got a certain appeal befitting his Navajo roots, but she s not falling for Clay s silent, earthy attractiveness She certainly won t make the same mistake as Clay s ex wife Only trouble is, her heart and mind have committed to different resolves ❮Reading❯ ➵ Fisica 1 - Principios y Problemas ➭ Author Paul W. Zitzewitz – 9facts.co.uk he s got a certain appeal befitting his Navajo roots ❮Read❯ ➵ The Beautiful Disruption ➸ Author G.G. Renee Hill – 9facts.co.uk but she s not falling for Clay s silent ➶ [Read] ➲ Games Rednecks Play By Jeff Foxworthy ➾ – 9facts.co.uk earthy attractiveness She certainly won t make the same mistake as Clay s ex wife Only trouble is [PDF / Epub] ☆ The Magic Cottage Author James Herbert – 9facts.co.uk her heart and mind have committed to different resolves I just love these stories They are all so diverse, but with the same little town and characters from previous books that I have come to love, as well as adding new, interesting characters to the town family all the time Just great books. Oh man, this is going to be hard Why, you say Because this series by Robyn Carr is just so darn good, and I ve been raving about each and every book, that I think I ve run out of fantastic things to say The best way to describe Robyn Carr s writing To me she is a master storyteller, one of the best in the business She can wring the emotions out of you, just by the way she uses words and constructs her sentences my God, she had me crying for a horse in this one And her characters I ve to Oh man, this is going to be hard Why, you say Because this series by Robyn Carr is just so darn good, and I ve been raving about each and every book, that I think I ve run out of fantastic things to say The best way to describe Robyn Carr s writing To me she is a master storyteller, one of the best in the business She can wring the emotions out of you, just by the way she uses words and constructs her sentences my God, she had me crying for a horse in this one And her characters I ve totally fallen for each and every one of her heroes, and just when I think I ve settled on a favorite, she goes and conjurs up another one that I m mad about I just know that fans of this series are going to fall hard for the handsome, kind, honorable, hard working, patient, and sexy Navajo, Clay Tahoma.I received an advance copy of Promise Canyon from Net Galley, but haven t had a chance to read it until a few days ago kicking myself for letting it linger so long Anyway, once I started it and finished the first chapter, I felt like I was coming home The hero of this book, 34 year old, much sought after vet tech, farrier, sometime horse whisperer and recent divorcee Clay Tahoma, is on his way to the Virgin River, California area to take a job at friend Nate Jensen s Under The Christmas Tree from That Holiday Feeling veterinary clinic and stables Right away he comes across Jack, Preacher, Paul, and Noah, helping to pull Noah s vehicle out of a ditch and back onto the road Ah yes, we re back in quaint Virgin River, where neighbors are never too busy to lend a handAnyway, after divorcing his rich socialite, equestrian horse breeder older but gorgeous and troubled wife Isabel who he still was occasionally seeing , Clay decided it was time to make a permanent physical break from her and LA and move on with his life What better place to go to start fresh than to old friend Nate s clinic If things work out at Nate s, Clay hopes to bring his teenage son Gabe to live with him and reestablish the bond they once had before he married Isabel who never fully accepted Gabe Soon after arriving at Nate s, Clay meets Lilly Yazhi, a beautiful, young, blue eyed Hopi Indian woman delivering feed to Nate s from her grandfather s feed store Clay and Lilly are attracted to each other, but Lilly tries desperately to resist him Lilly has major trust issues due to something that happened to her as a young teen, and as much as she s attracted to Clay the Adonis, she can t let herself fall for him He reminds her too much of someone from her painful past.Well, you can predict what happens Of course Clay and Lilly fall hard for each other, and at first it s exciting and beautiful and sexy Clay opens up to Lilly almost totally, they talk about his somewhat troubled youth, Lilly tells Clay some things about her own past, but not the thing that has shaped her life and keeps her from trusting Clay totally with her heart Lilly simply can not let go of her past And when someone gets between them and is out to disrupt their happiness, Lilly lets doubts and old fears creep in, and her future happiness with Clay is in doubt It takes a swift kick from a good friend to get Lilly to realize that her life will forever be at a standstill if she doesn t find the courage to once and for all let go and grow up.Now as you can expect, Clay and Lilly s romance isn t all that happens in this book Some other things to look for a well known character from the town of Virgin River passes away and leaves a mess behind for Jack to take care of four women friends come to VR for a vacation at least 2 of them will have their own books One is a San Francisco chef who spends some quality time chatting with Preacher One of the sisters falls in love with a huge vacant house in VR could VR one day get a BB One of Luke Riordan s Temptation Ridge brothers gets in an accident will he be coming to Virgin River to recuperate A young stranger ex military comes to town looking for the father he never knew and strikes up a friendship with Jack Why does he look so familiar to Jack Back to Clay and Lilly and some thoughts I enjoyed the whole Horse Whisperer thing going on with Clay, Lilly, and the troubled horse Streak I also liked learning some of the details about horses most of it was interesting to me even if it did slow the progression of Clay and Lilly s romance a bit I liked Lilly s best friend Dane I thought his reaction to when he first met saw Clay was priceless I loved Lilly s and everyone else s reaction to Clay s physical beauty Loved Lilly s obsession with Clay s waist length hair I enjoyed the way RC developed the characters something she never skimps on of Clay and Lilly Not only did she paint a detailed picture physically her description of Clay was justwow but she also showed you where they were emotionally I enjoyed how Clay gently led Lilly back to her Indian heritage and the culture she abandoned Naturally I enjoyed seeing the Riordan brothers again they are favorites of mine and look forward to seeing the next Riordan man get hooked in VR And finally, I love a good cry And while this book didn t exactly make me bawl, I did find myself tearing up quite a few times To me, that s a sign of how invested I am in the characters and the story And I was totally sold on it.Once again, Robyn Carr totally blew me away Clay and Lilly s romance was one of the best ones in this long series, and Clay as a herohe s probably the closest you ll find to rival Jack Sheridan as if anyone can supplant him I am totally smitten with him Fans of this series I don t think you ll be disappointed You re going to love this book 5 stars Although not close to the physical perfection of Clay Tahomahere s Clay and Lilly 4 stars Contemporary RomanceCarr s Virgin River is one of my favorite contemporary romance series that never fails to deliver intensely emotional, deeply heartfelt, achingly romantic storiesPromise Canyondidn t quite meet my high expectations and is my least favorite book in the series, but I still enjoyed it Even though it s not the finest Virgin River installment, there is no denying that Robyn Carr s writing is among the very best in the genre Clay Tahoma is looking for a fresh sta 4 stars Contemporary RomanceCarr s Virgin River is one of my favorite contemporary romance series that never fails to deliver intensely emotional, deeply heartfelt, achingly romantic storiesPromise Canyondidn t quite meet my high expectations and is my least favorite book in the series, but I still enjoyed it Even though it s not the finest Virgin River installment, there is no denying that Robyn Carr s writing is among the very best in the genre Clay Tahoma is looking for a fresh start away from his ex wife and her elitist family s horse farm in Los Angeles When his friend Nate needs a veterinary assistant for his practice and horse ranch in a small community in Northern California, it seems the perfect opportunity for a much needed change of pace It also brings Clay closer to his sister s family and son living in a nearby town, allows him to use his skills as a horse whisperer , and the remoteness, serene beauty, and quaint charm of Virgin River appeal to Clay s Navajo roots After being burned by love twice in the past, he never expected to find a woman that would tempt him to take a chance again on a romantic relationship, but Lilly Yazhi, the local feed store owner s daughter and delivery driver does just that Lilly is a fiercely independent, modern woman who often finds herself at odds with her family s native Hopi roots and traditions After being deeply hurt in the past, she s become guarded and has vowed to never let an alpha, Native American man capture her heart again She feels an immediate, intense attraction to Clay, but she refuses to act on it If only he wasn t so darn sexy and tempting with such strong muscles, beautiful bronze skin, and exotic, long, silky hair How can any woman resist that When Lilly begins to realize that Clay is thoughtful, respectful, a devoted, caring father, and different from other men she s known and that they share a love for and unusual gift with horses, it becomes even harder to deny her growing attraction and feelings Can Clay convince Lilly to open her heart and take a chance on love And will the reappearance of Clay s manipulative, emotionally needy ex wife shatter Lilly s tentative trust in their relationship Clay and Lilly are wonderful characters, and I really liked them together There just wasn t quite enough romantic development or emphasis on their relationship It seemed like things progressed rather erratically and rapidly from mutual attraction and her being resistant to dating Clay or any man for that matter to them being involved romantically But I think their relationship is believable, considering it resulted from strong physical attraction, explosive sexual chemistry, and the friendship and connection they forged while working together to heal a couple of wounded horses I just wish there had been a bitof it because their moments together were passionate, beautiful, and tender The overall story was somewhat disjointed at times and the deep sense of community that was so prevalent and powerful in previous installments felt a bit lacking, but there were a few side storylines to keep the association with the town happenings in Virgin River The death of an important local resident and a mysterious newcomer make an impact on bar owner and town leader Jack Sheridan my favorite Virgin River hero , and a tragic accident involving one of the Riordan brothers provides the background for the next book, Wild Man Creek, which I m really looking forward to because I love the sexy Riordan men AlthoughPromise Canyonisn t my favorite Virgin River installment, it s still a great read in a wonderful series that exemplifies the charm and strong sense of community in small town life, and the romance between Clay and Lilly is sweet, touching, and oh so satisfying It s worthy of solid 4 stars This was an ARC, received courtesy of NetGalley.com. What a great addition to the Virgin River series, and now one of my favorites in the series I just loved it In Promise Canyon, Robyn Carr has really outdone herself by creating one of her most intense and passionate romances yet Seriously, it got hot She also wove in a fun and touching side story that includes Jack, Hope and the entire town of Virgin River coming to odds with each other s wishes, and some really good laugh out loud moments And, of course, we briefly meet a few other new What a great addition to the Virgin River series, and now one of my favorites in the series I just loved it In Promise Canyon, Robyn Carr has really outdone herself by creating one of her most intense and passionate romances yet Seriously, it got hot She also wove in a fun and touching side story that includes Jack, Hope and the entire town of Virgin River coming to odds with each other s wishes, and some really good laugh out loud moments And, of course, we briefly meet a few other new characters that will begin the story arcs for the next two books in this series Clay and Lilly are both Native Americans new to the Virgin River series Clay Tahoma, a Navajo originally from the Navajo Nation in Flagstaff Arizona, was living in LA when Nate Jensen asks him to be his new vet assistant He jumps at the opportunity as it will put him close to his sister Ursula who lives close by in Grace Valley, and it will give him the fresh start he needs from his ex wife and a chance to build a life with his son Lilly has lived in Virgin River for many years and helps run the local feed store with her Grandfather She is of Hopi ancestry, which historically is enemy to the Navajo It made for some funny dialog, but these two do not take it seriously She meets Clay while delivering bales of hay to the Jensen s farm, and the intense passion really sparks They both have an intense passion for horses, which helps draw these two even closer I am not kidding when I say this is probably the most passionate romance in this series so far, and a great part of that is because these two are just perfect together Lilly is cautious and a bit intimidated by Clay as he does come on a bit strong at first but in such a powerful sexy sort of way Yum He respects her wishes to be friends, but that doesn t stop their attraction from boiling over However, personal insecurities and past relationships will need to be dealt with for these two to really make it work And you know they do Without giving away any spoilers, let s just say I shed a few happy tears in the closing scene I ve been a big fan of this series since I first read Virgin River two years ago, and while not every book is as good as others and some have been a bit frustrating I always enjoy the trip back to Virgin River every time With this book, I couldn t recommend itto fans of this series I was lucky enough to get an ARC copy through Netgalley.com, but unfortunately it has a sixty day expiration to it So I will be buying this one for my keeper collection when it comes out end of December

    ❮Reading❯ ➵ Fisica 1 - Principios y Problemas ➭ Author Paul W. Zitzewitz – 9facts.co.uk he s got a certain appeal befitting his Navajo roots ❮Read❯ ➵ The Beautiful Disruption ➸ Author G.G. Renee Hill – 9facts.co.uk but she s not falling for Clay s silent ➶ [Read] ➲ Games Rednecks Play By Jeff Foxworthy ➾ – 9facts.co.uk earthy attractiveness She certainly won t make the same mistake as Clay s ex wife Only trouble is [PDF / Epub] ☆ The Magic Cottage Author James Herbert – 9facts.co.uk her heart and mind have committed to different resolves I just love these stories They are all so diverse, but with the same little town and characters from previous books that I have come to love, as well as adding new, interesting characters to the town family all the time Just great books. Oh man, this is going to be hard Why, you say Because this series by Robyn Carr is just so darn good, and I ve been raving about each and every book, that I think I ve run out of fantastic things to say The best way to describe Robyn Carr s writing To me she is a master storyteller, one of the best in the business She can wring the emotions out of you, just by the way she uses words and constructs her sentences my God, she had me crying for a horse in this one And her characters I ve to Oh man, this is going to be hard Why, you say Because this series by Robyn Carr is just so darn good, and I ve been raving about each and every book, that I think I ve run out of fantastic things to say The best way to describe Robyn Carr s writing To me she is a master storyteller, one of the best in the business She can wring the emotions out of you, just by the way she uses words and constructs her sentences my God, she had me crying for a horse in this one And her characters I ve totally fallen for each and every one of her heroes, and just when I think I ve settled on a favorite, she goes and conjurs up another one that I m mad about I just know that fans of this series are going to fall hard for the handsome, kind, honorable, hard working, patient, and sexy Navajo, Clay Tahoma.I received an advance copy of Promise Canyon from Net Galley, but haven t had a chance to read it until a few days ago kicking myself for letting it linger so long Anyway, once I started it and finished the first chapter, I felt like I was coming home The hero of this book, 34 year old, much sought after vet tech, farrier, sometime horse whisperer and recent divorcee Clay Tahoma, is on his way to the Virgin River, California area to take a job at friend Nate Jensen s Under The Christmas Tree from That Holiday Feeling veterinary clinic and stables Right away he comes across Jack, Preacher, Paul, and Noah, helping to pull Noah s vehicle out of a ditch and back onto the road Ah yes, we re back in quaint Virgin River, where neighbors are never too busy to lend a handAnyway, after divorcing his rich socialite, equestrian horse breeder older but gorgeous and troubled wife Isabel who he still was occasionally seeing , Clay decided it was time to make a permanent physical break from her and LA and move on with his life What better place to go to start fresh than to old friend Nate s clinic If things work out at Nate s, Clay hopes to bring his teenage son Gabe to live with him and reestablish the bond they once had before he married Isabel who never fully accepted Gabe Soon after arriving at Nate s, Clay meets Lilly Yazhi, a beautiful, young, blue eyed Hopi Indian woman delivering feed to Nate s from her grandfather s feed store Clay and Lilly are attracted to each other, but Lilly tries desperately to resist him Lilly has major trust issues due to something that happened to her as a young teen, and as much as she s attracted to Clay the Adonis, she can t let herself fall for him He reminds her too much of someone from her painful past.Well, you can predict what happens Of course Clay and Lilly fall hard for each other, and at first it s exciting and beautiful and sexy Clay opens up to Lilly almost totally, they talk about his somewhat troubled youth, Lilly tells Clay some things about her own past, but not the thing that has shaped her life and keeps her from trusting Clay totally with her heart Lilly simply can not let go of her past And when someone gets between them and is out to disrupt their happiness, Lilly lets doubts and old fears creep in, and her future happiness with Clay is in doubt It takes a swift kick from a good friend to get Lilly to realize that her life will forever be at a standstill if she doesn t find the courage to once and for all let go and grow up.Now as you can expect, Clay and Lilly s romance isn t all that happens in this book Some other things to look for a well known character from the town of Virgin River passes away and leaves a mess behind for Jack to take care of four women friends come to VR for a vacation at least 2 of them will have their own books One is a San Francisco chef who spends some quality time chatting with Preacher One of the sisters falls in love with a huge vacant house in VR could VR one day get a BB One of Luke Riordan s Temptation Ridge brothers gets in an accident will he be coming to Virgin River to recuperate A young stranger ex military comes to town looking for the father he never knew and strikes up a friendship with Jack Why does he look so familiar to Jack Back to Clay and Lilly and some thoughts I enjoyed the whole Horse Whisperer thing going on with Clay, Lilly, and the troubled horse Streak I also liked learning some of the details about horses most of it was interesting to me even if it did slow the progression of Clay and Lilly s romance a bit I liked Lilly s best friend Dane I thought his reaction to when he first met saw Clay was priceless I loved Lilly s and everyone else s reaction to Clay s physical beauty Loved Lilly s obsession with Clay s waist length hair I enjoyed the way RC developed the characters something she never skimps on of Clay and Lilly Not only did she paint a detailed picture physically her description of Clay was justwow but she also showed you where they were emotionally I enjoyed how Clay gently led Lilly back to her Indian heritage and the culture she abandoned Naturally I enjoyed seeing the Riordan brothers again they are favorites of mine and look forward to seeing the next Riordan man get hooked in VR And finally, I love a good cry And while this book didn t exactly make me bawl, I did find myself tearing up quite a few times To me, that s a sign of how invested I am in the characters and the story And I was totally sold on it.Once again, Robyn Carr totally blew me away Clay and Lilly s romance was one of the best ones in this long series, and Clay as a herohe s probably the closest you ll find to rival Jack Sheridan as if anyone can supplant him I am totally smitten with him Fans of this series I don t think you ll be disappointed You re going to love this book 5 stars Although not close to the physical perfection of Clay Tahomahere s Clay and Lilly 4 stars Contemporary RomanceCarr s Virgin River is one of my favorite contemporary romance series that never fails to deliver intensely emotional, deeply heartfelt, achingly romantic storiesPromise Canyondidn t quite meet my high expectations and is my least favorite book in the series, but I still enjoyed it Even though it s not the finest Virgin River installment, there is no denying that Robyn Carr s writing is among the very best in the genre Clay Tahoma is looking for a fresh sta 4 stars Contemporary RomanceCarr s Virgin River is one of my favorite contemporary romance series that never fails to deliver intensely emotional, deeply heartfelt, achingly romantic storiesPromise Canyondidn t quite meet my high expectations and is my least favorite book in the series, but I still enjoyed it Even though it s not the finest Virgin River installment, there is no denying that Robyn Carr s writing is among the very best in the genre Clay Tahoma is looking for a fresh start away from his ex wife and her elitist family s horse farm in Los Angeles When his friend Nate needs a veterinary assistant for his practice and horse ranch in a small community in Northern California, it seems the perfect opportunity for a much needed change of pace It also brings Clay closer to his sister s family and son living in a nearby town, allows him to use his skills as a horse whisperer , and the remoteness, serene beauty, and quaint charm of Virgin River appeal to Clay s Navajo roots After being burned by love twice in the past, he never expected to find a woman that would tempt him to take a chance again on a romantic relationship, but Lilly Yazhi, the local feed store owner s daughter and delivery driver does just that Lilly is a fiercely independent, modern woman who often finds herself at odds with her family s native Hopi roots and traditions After being deeply hurt in the past, she s become guarded and has vowed to never let an alpha, Native American man capture her heart again She feels an immediate, intense attraction to Clay, but she refuses to act on it If only he wasn t so darn sexy and tempting with such strong muscles, beautiful bronze skin, and exotic, long, silky hair How can any woman resist that When Lilly begins to realize that Clay is thoughtful, respectful, a devoted, caring father, and different from other men she s known and that they share a love for and unusual gift with horses, it becomes even harder to deny her growing attraction and feelings Can Clay convince Lilly to open her heart and take a chance on love And will the reappearance of Clay s manipulative, emotionally needy ex wife shatter Lilly s tentative trust in their relationship Clay and Lilly are wonderful characters, and I really liked them together There just wasn t quite enough romantic development or emphasis on their relationship It seemed like things progressed rather erratically and rapidly from mutual attraction and her being resistant to dating Clay or any man for that matter to them being involved romantically But I think their relationship is believable, considering it resulted from strong physical attraction, explosive sexual chemistry, and the friendship and connection they forged while working together to heal a couple of wounded horses I just wish there had been a bitof it because their moments together were passionate, beautiful, and tender The overall story was somewhat disjointed at times and the deep sense of community that was so prevalent and powerful in previous installments felt a bit lacking, but there were a few side storylines to keep the association with the town happenings in Virgin River The death of an important local resident and a mysterious newcomer make an impact on bar owner and town leader Jack Sheridan my favorite Virgin River hero , and a tragic accident involving one of the Riordan brothers provides the background for the next book, Wild Man Creek, which I m really looking forward to because I love the sexy Riordan men AlthoughPromise Canyonisn t my favorite Virgin River installment, it s still a great read in a wonderful series that exemplifies the charm and strong sense of community in small town life, and the romance between Clay and Lilly is sweet, touching, and oh so satisfying It s worthy of solid 4 stars This was an ARC, received courtesy of NetGalley.com. What a great addition to the Virgin River series, and now one of my favorites in the series I just loved it In Promise Canyon, Robyn Carr has really outdone herself by creating one of her most intense and passionate romances yet Seriously, it got hot She also wove in a fun and touching side story that includes Jack, Hope and the entire town of Virgin River coming to odds with each other s wishes, and some really good laugh out loud moments And, of course, we briefly meet a few other new What a great addition to the Virgin River series, and now one of my favorites in the series I just loved it In Promise Canyon, Robyn Carr has really outdone herself by creating one of her most intense and passionate romances yet Seriously, it got hot She also wove in a fun and touching side story that includes Jack, Hope and the entire town of Virgin River coming to odds with each other s wishes, and some really good laugh out loud moments And, of course, we briefly meet a few other new characters that will begin the story arcs for the next two books in this series Clay and Lilly are both Native Americans new to the Virgin River series Clay Tahoma, a Navajo originally from the Navajo Nation in Flagstaff Arizona, was living in LA when Nate Jensen asks him to be his new vet assistant He jumps at the opportunity as it will put him close to his sister Ursula who lives close by in Grace Valley, and it will give him the fresh start he needs from his ex wife and a chance to build a life with his son Lilly has lived in Virgin River for many years and helps run the local feed store with her Grandfather She is of Hopi ancestry, which historically is enemy to the Navajo It made for some funny dialog, but these two do not take it seriously She meets Clay while delivering bales of hay to the Jensen s farm, and the intense passion really sparks They both have an intense passion for horses, which helps draw these two even closer I am not kidding when I say this is probably the most passionate romance in this series so far, and a great part of that is because these two are just perfect together Lilly is cautious and a bit intimidated by Clay as he does come on a bit strong at first but in such a powerful sexy sort of way Yum He respects her wishes to be friends, but that doesn t stop their attraction from boiling over However, personal insecurities and past relationships will need to be dealt with for these two to really make it work And you know they do Without giving away any spoilers, let s just say I shed a few happy tears in the closing scene I ve been a big fan of this series since I first read Virgin River two years ago, and while not every book is as good as others and some have been a bit frustrating I always enjoy the trip back to Virgin River every time With this book, I couldn t recommend itto fans of this series I was lucky enough to get an ARC copy through Netgalley.com, but unfortunately it has a sixty day expiration to it So I will be buying this one for my keeper collection when it comes out end of December"/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • 342 pages
  • Promise Canyon
  • Robyn Carr
  • English
  • 09 November 2019

About the Author: Robyn Carr

Robyn Carr is a RITA Award winning, eleven time 1 New York Times bestselling author of almost sixty novels, including the critically acclaimed Virgin River series The fourth novel, THE BEST OF US, in her fan favorite Sullivan s Crossing Series was released in Jan 2019 Robyn s new women s fiction novel THE VIEW FROM ALAMEDA ISLAND, released in April 2019, deputed on four bestseller lists The New York Times, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal and Publisher s Weekly Robyn is a recipient of the Romance Writers of America Nora Roberts Lifetime Achievement Award 2016, and in 2017, VIRGIN RIVER was named one of the HarperCollins 200 Iconic Books of the past 200 years Look for the Virgin River Netflix Series coming to Netflix in late 2019 Robyn currently resides in Las Vegas, Nevada You can visit Robyn Carr s website at www.RobynCarr.com.


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