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    The Hero by Robyn Carr

    This is a wonderful book! I had a hard time putting it down. I love Robyn Carr!
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    Excellent

    Just the right amount of romance and suspense.
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    The Hero

    What a story! Carr takes a concept that many of us never think about and turns it into an unforgettable romance. The contrast between the Fellowship and Thunder Point was so poignant that it not only captured my attention, but definitely had me thinking a mile a minute. The way in which she developed all aspects of the story, tying the intertwining lives of the characters together, gives you the big picture, while also allowing you to enjoy the story as the characters live it. Romance and suspense, danger and friendship all make their way into this intricately crafted tale. Devon was quite the heroine for this story. Her worries and fears are so real. Her loyalty to her daughter at all costs made me smile, while the little bit of happiness she took for herself gave me hope. Not only did Carr let readers know how Devon ended up with The Fellowship, she also made it very clear why she stayed there. Our hero Spencer, however, made me want to scream into a pillow at times, and hug him at others. He was your stereotypical male, all in until it’s too much then gone again. Despite that, I really enjoyed getting to know him on all fronts. Rawley goes from a minor character that I didn’t quite know what to do with to a completely developed individual with unexpected depths. I absolutely loved getting to know him so much better. He was one of my favourite parts of the story. Once again Carr has created a story that had me on pins and needles throughout. I love how emotion pours from the pages as I get to experience the lives of her brilliant characters.
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    Cute

    Cute story. Love really can lead the way. Great characters as always with Robyn Carr. Can there be life after a commune? Devon McCallister sure thinks so in the arms of Spencer. Good read n pace to story.
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    Not bad

    Just as you would expect from this series. Not great, not bad. Why do I always have to submit a review? Just want to read the books.
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