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    Great read

    Loved the story, these couple made a beautiful connection through self understanding... Highly recommended
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    I am not surrised....

    I would enjoy this book. I have many authors i love but Robyn and Kristen top my list. Beleivabe stories,well written and fun. I am always sad when the are done and i have to wait for the next one. And while i wait i will reread the "Thunder P oint" series. Thanks for anoher great read.
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    Great Novel

    I really enjoyed this novel and would definitely recommend. It was really well written and the story was interesting to follow.
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    Reading a Thunder Point book is like coming home

    Every time I read a Robyn Carr novel, its like coming home again. It's so easy to step right back in to the lives of the residents of Thunder Point, even after time away. The author creates a compelling town with delightful residents and I love catching up with old ones and meeting new ones just the same. I finished this book with such a good feeling in my heart and I fell in love with Matt a little myself just as Ginger was falling in love with him! Matt and Ginger are such complex characters with complicated, grief-stricken pasts and both are just doing what they can to get by most days. I think the author's depiction of Ginger's grief over the loss of her child, which we mostly saw in the previous Thunder Point book, was incredibly realistic, and her depiction of Matt's dealing with his own loss was also incredibly genuine. The journey that Matt and Ginger took to each other was joyful but honest, and the maturity that each of them demonstrates is one rarely seen in couples today. The reason the couples in Thunder Point are so blissfully happy and fiercely in love is because the author creates loving relationships based on trust, sharing, and friendship. The drama isn't created for the sake of drama - it's real life experienced by the people living in Thunder Point and it makes you feel like a resident yourself. In addition to getting a peek into the lives of Matt and Ginger, the book continues the storyline of characters we met in the previous book - One Wish - Grace, Troy, and Winnie. Winnie has moved to town and we get to see glimpses of a mature loving (if not IN love) relationship between Mikhail and Winnie as she continues to suffer from ALS. The love in the relationships we've already seen develop in previous books persists, and we meet new residents of Thunder Point that we know we'll get to know better in subsequent books. If you are a new reader to Thunder Point, never fear. This book reads just as well as a standalone - you'll love the characters you meet, and get a complete story of Ginger and Matt's love, but I guarantee you'll be headed back to the beginning of the series because you'll need to get to know the other folks in town, have a sandwich from Carrie, or check out some of the other folks hanging out on the beach outside Coopers. I leave A New Hope with a wonderful feeling in my heart but a yearning to head back to Thunder Point soon.
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    Memorable Addition to a Wonderful series!

    Every visit to Robyn Carr's fictional town Thunder Point, Oregon makes me wish I could become a permanent resident! This is the 8th addition to her Thunder Point series and focuses on the characters Matt and Ginger, two people who have suffered the tragic loss of faith in love, having children, and their own ability to move forward from the past and embrace a better future together. Along their journey, they encounter the wonder and the strength of the community that is Thunder Point. I can't wait til my next visit. Although this book is part of a wonderful series, it can be read as a standalone and has no cliffhangers.
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