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The Hero (Thunder Point, #3) The Hero After escaping from a cult, Devon finds herself in Thunder Point where she takes her first tentative steps at building a new life with her daughter She finds a job and a small home in a run down part of town and she can finally see a bright future Recently widowed, Thunder Point is a chance for a fresh start for Spencer and his son He s still mourning the death of his wife so at first he pushes thoughts of the beautiful blonde out of his mind, but as the weeks pass they take baby ste The Hero After escaping from a cult, Devon finds herself in Thunder Point where she takes her first tentative steps at building a new life with her daughter She finds a job and a small home in a run down part of town and she can finally see a bright future Recently widowed, Thunder Point is a chance for a fresh start for Spencer and his son He s still mourning the death of his wife so at first he pushes thoughts of the beautiful blonde out of his mind, but as the weeks pass they take baby steps towards building a relationship and perhaps in the future maybe even a life together But both have baggage Both have young children And Devon still has an obsessive and manipulative cult leader on her trail The Hero is pretty much what I expect from Robyn Carr Well written and entertaining stories about people pulling together This book is about Devon and Spencer but it s about muchthan just them We catc I don t really want to review this but I feel the need to grumble because I have got to stop trying with these authors As before, Robyn Carr has a lot of potential, ruined by her complete inability to let a side character stay a side character I have no problems with small town sagas with connecting characters between books, or even alternate perspectives But she doesn t write secondary characters She writes primary characters for a future book, or a past book, and lets their story randomly I don t really want to review this but I feel the need to grumble because I have got to stop trying with these authors As before, Robyn Carr has a lot of potential, ruined by her complete inability to let a side character stay a side character I have no problems with small town sagas with connecting characters between books, or even I have never read any of Robyn Carr s novels before This is the third book in what is, apparently, a new series, the Thunder Point series I take it that Carr s books are quite popular this was the number one bestseller in the New York Times bestseller list when I purchased it It is a fantasy Oh, you won t find it in any catalogue of fantasy novels I suppose it is categorized as a romance It is, nevertheless, a fantasy.The Hero tells the story of Devon McAllister and her three year old d I have never read any of Robyn Carr s novels before This is the third book in what is, apparently, a new series, the Thunder Point series I take it that Carr s books are quite popular this was the number one bestseller in the New York Times bestseller list when I purchased it It is a fantasy Oh, you won t find it in any catalogue of fantasy novels I suppose it is categorized as a romance It is, nevertheless, a fantasy.The Hero tells the story of Devon McAllister and her three year old daughter Mercy Devon, now in her late twenties, has spent the last four years of her life living within a religious commune, The Fellowship, run by the increasingly aut I would recommend that readers do not start with this novel since they will be spoiled about events that occurred in the previous novels.Robyn Carr s The Hero centers around Devon McAllister and her 3 year old daughter Mercy running from a cult Coming upon Rawley which readers will know from previous books he takes Devon and Mercy back to Thunder Point and shelters them Spencer Lawson and his son Austin newly moved to Thunder Point are still dealing with the recent death of his wife and Au I would recommend that readers do not start with this novel since they will be spoiled about events that occurred in the previous novels.Robyn Carr s The Hero centers around Devon McAllister and her 3 year old daughter Mercy running from a cult Coming upon Rawley which readers will know from previous books he takes Devon and Mercy back to Thunder Point and shelters them Spencer Lawson and his son Austin newly moved to Thunder Point are still dealing with the recent death of his wife and Austin s mother Spencer is also readjusting to the fact that Austin is not her biological son but Cooper s.I feel really bad right now It only took three books for me to completely give up on ever reading any of Robyn Carr s Thunder Point series I absolutely adored book 1, The Wanderer and found book 2 average except for one story line.The reasons why I gave this novel zero stars is as follows Too many story lines I honestly don t min Much better.Finally no teenage angst A unique and a total surprise with this installment It caught me off guard and was a rare treat I love the Thunder Creek series just like I ve loved most all the others by Robyn Carr Whenever I m in need of a comfort read, her books are an immediate go to. 3.5 stars Just not for me.Started out interesting heroine escapes from a crazy compound that s a front for a drug deal ring , but then there were too many side plots I couldn t even keep their names straight , and the entire relationship between the main couple took place off page I stopped caring at about 80% in, and m guessing either the evil leader will go after the heroine and kidnap either her and or the kid, or the FBI will raid the compound Since I don t care about what happens in either case, Just not for me.Started out interesting heroine escapes from a crazy compound that s a front for a drug deal ring , but then there were too many side plots I couldn t even keep their names straight , and the entire relationship between the main couple took place off page I stopped caring at about 80% in, and m guessing either the evil leader will go after the hero This is the third book in Robyn Carr s small town series, and it seems that the books are getting better as each installment comes out This series takes place in the small town of Thunder Point, and now that I am on book three, I have settled in nicely in getting to know the people that live there Robyn Carr does a wonderful job of creating that small town feeling You know how everyone knows each others business I suppose that could get quite annoying but the thing that is nice about these This is the third book in Robyn Carr s small town series, and it seems that the books are getting better as each installment comes out This series takes place in the small town of Thunder Point, and now that I am on book three, I have settled in nicely in getting to know the people that live there Robyn Carr does a wonderful job of With Warmth And Sensitivity, 1New York Timesbestselling Author Robyn Carr Shows Readers That Falling In Love Can Be The Bravest Act Of All In A Moment Of Desperation, Devon McAllister Takes Her Daughter And Flees A Place Where They Should Have Been Safe And Secure She Has No Idea What Is Around The Next Bend, But She Is Pretty Certain It Can T Be Worse Than What They Ve Left Behind Her Plan Is To Escape To Somewhere She Can Be Invisible Instead, An Unexpected Offer Of Assistance Leads Her To Thunder Point, A Tiny Oregon Town With A Willingness To Help Someone In Need As The Widowed Father Of A Vulnerable Young Boy, Spencer Lawson Knows Something About Needing Friendship But He S Not Looking For Anything Else Instead, He S Thrown His Energy Into His New Role As Thunder Point S High School Football Coach Tough And Demanding To His Team, Off The Field He S Gentle And Kindjust The Kind Of Man Who Could Heal Devon S Wounded Heart Devon Thought She Wanted To Hide From The World But In Thunder Point, You Find Bravery Where You Least Expect Itand Sometimes, You Find A Hero.


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