MY KIND OF CHRISTMAS by Robyn Carr
My Kind of Christmas by Robyn Carr
Virgin River, Book 20
Reviewed by Miranda
This Christmas is a time for healing in Virgin River as two souls descend in search for a path to take.
Angie LeCroix was injured in a devastating car accident. After months of rehabilitation she can finally get around on her own but now she’s uncertain what to do with the rest of her life. Before the accident she wanted to be a doctor but now all she can think about is helping people right now. She wants to give back and years of medical school is not what she has in mind. Her mother’s adamant refusal to hear this new plan of Angie’s has her running off to her Uncle Jack Sheridan in Virgin River for some TLC and hopefully a holiday that will shed some light on her future.
Navy pilot Patrick Riordan was born to be in a plane but after his best friend dies in a plane crash Patrick is unsure about what he should do next. He vowed to take care of his friend’s wife and child but first he has to get his head straight. His brothers’ seemed to find themselves in Virgin River so he thinks that’s the perfect place for him at the moment.
Patrick and Angie cross paths and sparks fly. They are both in need of healing but will they find it in Virgin River or will they only find more heartache?
Christmastime in Virgin River is always a special time. After visiting this series so many times, I feel like I’m coming home to family as I read each new story. I love the Christmas stories. All of the traditions that the town uphold always make me giddy. Angie and Patrick are both strong characters in need of a new direction. Each has experienced a monumental life change and they need to get centered again. However, when they meet in Virgin River their lives may become more complicated. I love the way their relationship proceeds. I love the way they open up to each other and how each time they share more their paths become a little clearer. Any Christmas in Virgin River is My Kind of Christmas! Fans of the series will not be disappointed with Angie and Patrick’s story and especially those who adore the Riordan clan will enjoy this. It was great to revisit all of the Riordans and their expanding families.
My Kind of Christmas is a holiday keeper!
My Kind of Christmas can be read as a stand-alone novel.