Moonlight Road

Moonlight Road

eBook - 2010
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With her beloved younger siblings settled and happy, Erin Foley has empty nest syndrome. At age thirty-five.

So she's hitting the pause button on her life and holing up in a secluded (but totally upgraded—she's not into roughing it) cabin near Virgin River. Erin is planning on getting to know herself…not the shaggy-haired mountain man she meets.

In fact, beneath his faded fatigues and bushy beard, Aiden Riordan is a doctor, recharging for a summer after leaving the navy. He's intrigued by the pretty, slightly snooty refugee from the rat race—her meditating and journaling are definitely keeping him at arm's length. He'd love to get closer…if his scruffy exterior and crazy ex-wife don't hold him back.

But maybe it's something in the water—unlikely romances seem to take root in Virgin River…helped along by some well-intentioned meddling, of course.



Baker & Taylor
Dr. Adam Riordan, who is recuperating after leaving the Navy, is intrigued by his encounter with Erin Foley, who is escaping from the rat race on a journey of self-discovery and wants nothing to do with him.

Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] :, [Publisher not identified],, 2010
ISBN: 9781426849602
9781459247383
9781460345801
Characteristics: 1 online resource
text file, rda
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc. - Distributor

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RebelBelle13
Jan 26, 2018

This is probably my least favorite of the series so far- which is a little saddening, since I only read about two of the Virgin River books a year, and I look forward to them. Several of the inhabitants of Virgin River were completely out of character, and it really took me out of the story. It seems like Carr is running out of steam with these stories and is fishing desperately for new ideas. This felt like it was all over the place- from Mel's ridiculous need to suddenly have a third child, to Art's girlfriend, to Annalee's unnecessary existence in the story. Aiden Riordan (the focus here) seemed to act completely different than he has in previous books. When he was helping Luke and Shelby, he seemed kind but firm, level-headed and quiet. Here, he was rash, pushy, insistent and somewhat annoying. He didn't take no for an answer when it came to Erin, which kind of put me off. Annalee's inclusion in the story seemed very last minute, and only there to add tension to the story and make it longer. The only things that made this story worth reading were some of the other characters- Luke, Shelby, Sean, Franci, and Jack, to name a few. The story also read very quickly, as all Carr novels do. Hopefully the next one is better. This one just left a sour taste in my mouth.

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babajeantx
Apr 18, 2014

I loved this book, number 10 in the Virgin River series. I read it once awhile back then again when I was reading the series in order.

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JuniperAvenue
May 12, 2013

A convoluted, cluttered romance novel. Okay for the beach but otherwise forgettable, except for this precious line: "Riordan men didn't have dicks so much as divining rods." Now that almost made reading this book worthwhile.

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dreamer2802
Jul 23, 2012

Great to read another Virgin River story - this time Aidan's. Robyn Carr generally doesn't disappointment and this book delivers as well.

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cjr2010
Jan 21, 2011

Aiden's story. I have skipped around within in this series and have had no problems following the plot lines. Like the reaccuring characters.

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