After being shot in the line of duty, FBI Special Agent Laine Carrington moves to Thunder Point to recuperate and make some life decisions.
Eric Gentry is another newcomer to the Oregon coast. When the local gas station and auto repair shop went up for sale he saw an opportunity to move to Thunder Point and be closer to his teenage daughter.
On the surface they are very different, he’s an ex-con and she’s an FBI agent, but they fit together and over time his things take up more and more wardrobe space until they are living together. But he is committed to Thunder Point and the daughter he has only just reconnected with, while Laine’s home and career are on the East coast.
Fans of the author’s Virgin River series are in for a real treat with this book. The Chance, much more than the previous three books is a showcase of what Robyn Carr does best. A strong central story with brief detours into the stories of other characters. It’s really what contemporary romance should be. Nothing too tricky, just a simple story about two people finding love and family.
Many thanks to Harlequin and Netgalley for providing me with this ARC.
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