In The Hero, Devon McAllister takes her daughter and flees to the tiny, coastal town of Thunder Point, Oregon. There, she meets high school football coach Spencer Lawson, a widower focused on raising his young son. Neither of them are looking for love, but they may be the only ones who can heal their wounded hearts.
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By Wanda on 31-08-13
Robyn Carr continues to Awe inspire me.
Would you consider the audio edition of The Hero to be better than the print version?
with audio you get the emotions that come with closing your eyes and seeing it played out. Sometimes I just love to read, and others, I just love to listen and put myself right inside the book.
What other book might you compare The Hero to and why?
Robyn has a way of writing the Thunder Point series like her Virgin River series. But I got to say, I dearly love Thunder Point with each book she writes this series gets better.
What about Therese Plummer’s performance did you like?
Ms. Plummer is one of my two fav's when listening to books. As a female. She can do all the voices and you have no problem of understand who she is while talking. She is Amazing and I dearly love to listen her.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Yes, I did, laugh and cry. I think so far is my fav of the books in the Thunder Point series.
Any additional comments?
First let me say this. This is not erotica. I started out reading Robyn Carr's books years ago. Of course it's still a little hard to go back to just fiction book, expect when it's Robyn's Thunder Point series. You have suspense, drama, clean romance, all the sweetness of dear friends that look after one another. I dearly love her books. . But with this book, I didn't leave it all day. Yep, never let go. And it's like that with her books. This book starts out dark, unsure of what is to come. If you want to read this book, I suggest you please read her other Thunder Point books. The Wanderer, The Newcomer, and The Hero. this one I just read. They will make more sense of understanding the closeness of this small Oregon town. A town that adores the beaches and each other and how they let no one down when they need a helping hand. It's hard to see the suffering in this one, but I had to remember when they are at and what they are all going to do for this girl that find her way to Thunder Point. Best thing that ever happens to her. It's a town I would love to live in. In the Hero, it's not who you suspect, as the Hero, you figure it out in the last 45 minutes of this book. Someone who is at ease with everything rears his head and takes over to protect what he feels is an unjust thing that is going on near his town. And it was. I cannot tell you, if you want a warm and fuzzy book to love and where can fall in love will all of them. This Book is for you..The entire series is. I could not wait for this one to arrive and once I did, I got everything done early and late so I could have it all to myself. I don't do that but with a couple of my books. This series is one of them. The town of Thunder Point has some of the best stories to tel. Join them and start with the first and book, and it your in a mind to, read them all. I love my Romance/ Erotica Books, no doubt, and can't wait to find the next one. but when this hit the stands, it clears my head and reminds me that sometimes we just need to pay it forward.
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By Gary on 30-08-13
Remember your heros!!!
Would you listen to The Hero again? Why?
Yes, because it brings out new twists and undercurrents in the story
What did you like best about this story?
The number of characters involved in it.
What does Therese Plummer bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Her voice brings warmth, joy, and realism to the characters!
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Old heroes never die, they just wait until their needed again.
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