Author: Robyn Carr

Tis the Season by Robyn Carr

Posted December 20, 2014 by Kate in Liked It, Review / 0 Comments
Tis the Season by Robyn Carr

I haven’t heard of Robyn Carr prior to this book, but I have to say I’m surprised, because I seem to really be a fan of the whole small town romance. Honestly, I thought this book was one long story and not a collection of short stories, and as I think everyone who reads my reviews knows, I’m not the biggest fan of short stories. But since I didn’t realize going in it was short stories I went in with an open mind. Under the Christmas Tree was without a doubt my favorite, so I am glad it was first up in the book. I loved Annie. And frankly I liked Nate too, but Annie was just awesome for me. She owns her own business, is a good daughter, and takes care of an abandoned litter of puppies, who wouldn’t love Annie. Of course new born puppies need vet car, which is how Annie meets Nate. They spend several weeks getting to know each other and falling for each other. It’s a really sweet story, and I loved getting to know them. It’s a little sugary, and things do happen pretty quick (it is a short story after all), but over all I liked it for the Christmas theme. Midnight Confessions- I was very happy to see that Nate was on page one of this story, mainly because it’s about his niece Sunny. Sunny is in town kind of recovering from her broken engagement, which hey can be a tough […]

The Homecoming by Robyn Carr

Posted July 3, 2014 by Kate in Liked It, Review / 0 Comments
The Homecoming by Robyn Carr

I would have never known this was a book in a series! In fact I didn’t know until I started putting together my review and looked it up for links. This is a great stand alone book, even though its the middle of the series, anyone can jump in and read this book. I really enjoyed the authors writing style, and if this book is any indication I think I am going to enjoy reading the rest of the series. I’m a big fan of second chance books and I am also a big fan of best friends getting together, so put the two themes together and I am happy girl. So in this book Seth has come back home to the town where he grew up and was once the town’s football star, only now he’s a cop. He’s a really solid guy, he’s messed up in his youth, got in a car accident that ended his pro-football career and left him with a limp, but he’s made good with his life. And he’s back in town to find a way to repair the relationships he has with his father and his old best friend who won’t even speak to him anymore, Iris. Iris, she holds a grudge against Seth, she was basically in love with him in high school and he totally took her for granted, and thanks to one drunken night he ruined their friendship forever, or so she thought. Iris is a great character, I could […]