Redwood Bend

Redwood Bend In Virgin River you never know what you might find around the bend in the roadFormer actor Dylan Childress left the L A scene behind years ago for a quiet life running an aviation company in Montana

  • Title: Redwood Bend
  • Author: Robyn Carr
  • ISBN: 9781459222779
  • Page: 129
  • Format: ebook
  • In Virgin River, you never know what you might find around the bend in the roadFormer actor Dylan Childress left the L.A scene behind years ago for a quiet life running an aviation company in Montana But with business slowing down, Dylan is starting to wonder whether he should take one of the offers Hollywood keeps sending his way He figures a motorcycle trip to VirgIn Virgin River, you never know what you might find around the bend in the roadFormer actor Dylan Childress left the L.A scene behind years ago for a quiet life running an aviation company in Montana But with business slowing down, Dylan is starting to wonder whether he should take one of the offers Hollywood keeps sending his way He figures a motorcycle trip to Virgin River with his buddies might help him decide what path to take But his own troubles are left at the side of the road when he spots a woman stranded on the way into town.Katie Malone and her twin boys trip to Virgin River is stopped short by a tire as flat as her failed romance To make matters worse, it s raining, the boys are hungry and Katie is having trouble putting on the spare So when some bikers pull up beside them, offering to help, all Katie feels is relief Then she sees sexy, leather clad Dylan Childress, and in one brief moment the world turns on its axis.Katie s a sensible single mother and Dylan s a die hard commitment phobe Neither one is looking for long term romance But sometimes it takes only a moment to know you ve found something that could change your life forever.

    • Unlimited [Religion Book] ☆ Redwood Bend - by Robyn Carr ✓
      129 Robyn Carr
    • thumbnail Title: Unlimited [Religion Book] ☆ Redwood Bend - by Robyn Carr ✓
      Posted by:Robyn Carr
      Published :2019-07-12T02:16:22+00:00


    About “Robyn Carr

    • Robyn Carr

      Robyn Carr is a RITA Award winning, eleven time 1 New York Times bestselling author of almost sixty novels, including the critically acclaimed Virgin River series The third novel THE FAMILY GATHERING in her fan favorite new series, Sullivan s Crossing, will be released in April 2018 Robyn is a recipient of the Romance Writers of America Nora Roberts Lifetime Achievement Award 2016 and in 2017, VIRGIN RIVER was named one of the HarperCollins 200 Iconic Books of the past 200 years Robyn and her husband live in Las Vegas, Nevada You can visit Robyn Carr s website at RobynCarr.



    547 thoughts on “Redwood Bend

    • While it’s always good to go back to Virgin River, this time I left a little disappointed. I was looking forward to this book, and while it started out well enough, it took an odd turn about halfway through. Katie is Conner’s younger sister from Hidden Summit. She is a widow, with twin boys, and lost her husband to the war before her children were born. I was anxious to see this brave woman, with such a tragic past find true love once again. As she's making her way to reunite with her brothe [...]


    • 3 ½ stars – Contemporary RomanceI’ve got to be honest. I love this longstanding series and it’s one of my favorites; but this installment was rather bland and a little boring. Dylan acted somewhat immature and self-indulgent and the romance between him and Katie didn’t feel very genuine to me. It’s probably my least favorite of the series. I hope Sunrise Point gets things back on track.


    • Katie Malone and her 5 year old twin boys move back to California from Vermont after being in the witness protection program. After a failed romance with a pediatric dentist that was heading nowhere, young widow Katie decides to move to Virgin River to be near her brother Connor (Hidden Summit), who has always been a strong male influence for her boys. After being without a man for five years, Katie's ready to move on and find the kind of passion that once existed with her husband, and a father [...]


    • Not my favorite in this series, but I did enjoy it. In this book we meet two new characters in Virgin River. Katie Malone is sister to Conner, hero of Hidden Summit, and a mother of twin 5-year old boys. Dylan Childress is a struggling pilot/business man from Montana just driving through on his Harley Davidson with several buddies. We do see some of the regulars around town, but not so much beyond Jack and Paul. After Dylan spots Katie on the side of the road and helps her with a flat tire, they [...]


    • This was one of my least favorite books in the series. A male and female lead that were lame together and a male lead that sucked. I think Carr was going for a reformed rake story-line taking place in contemporary times, but honestly it didn’t work. And I loathe contemporary romances where the male lead is all I am only here to get laid and am not interested in a relationship and the woman is maybe I can change him. Stop it!I wish an author would have the woman saying okay I can do that, and h [...]


    • 4 Redwood Bend Stars Well for some reason I got the middle to end of book first then beginning to middle. So since I know how it all ends because I read from Middle to end I choose not to read the beginning. And that’s totally fine, this story was how I had hoped Katie’s journey would good from meeting her in the book prier. I loved that she moved to be with her brother and his lady. And she has the support because twin boys can’t be easy to raise. I loved the whole dynamic and now I know [...]


    • Rating: 4.5 / 5Yet another wonderful addition to a series that is one of my favorite romance series ever.Series Note:This is the 18th book in the Virgin River series. I won't say you have to read the series in order to read this book, but it is a wonderful series and I think there are definite benefits of reading it in order. However, this book can stand on it's own pretty well, probably.Summary:Katie Malone is traveling across country to stay in Virgin River, where her brother has settled, afte [...]


    • Redwood Bend is a solid entry in the Virgin River series. It is not the best in the series, but it has all the ingredients that make these books comforting, enjoyable and perfect to help you relax. When I started Redwood Bend I had gone through some hard days at work and this story was the perfect escape.Redwood Bend revisits the story of Katie, Conner’s sister. We first saw Conner and Kate in Hidden Summit. Katie makes the move to Virgin River with her young twin boys and stays at the magical [...]


    • Katie Malone and Dylan Childress have absolutely nothing in common. Dylan is a child actor turned Montana rancher and pilot. Katie is a widowed mother of mischievous twins. But when fate threw them together, they saw something in each other, something that said that just maybe they could be more.Katie needs to change her life. She spent the last few months dating a man for whom she felt no attraction (he turned out to be gay). So she packs up and heads towards Virgin River and her brother Conner [...]


    • Redwood Bend es el libro numero 16 de la saga Virgin River creada por Robyn Carr y tiene como protagonistas a Katie ( hermana de Conner, protagonista del libro anterior ) y Dylan, un nuevo personaje.Despues de haber leido tantos libros de esta serie me es dificil escribir una reseña, no solo porque no quiero dar ningun spoiler sino tambien porque las historias se parecen tanto que es complicado decir algo que no haya dicho en las otras reseñas.Redwood Bend sigue la misma linea que las novelas [...]


    • This was a delightful read. Katie is a strong and likable woman--a good mother, a widow who overcame not only sadness but also being relocated away from her only family. Dylan leaps off the page, a realistic, well-drawn character. Kudos to Ms. Carr. I highly recommend this book!


    • Single parent romance novels:I am exactly like J.D. I get all puppy-dog excited when I find one and run to it with optimism and longing and it deftly cuts me down. I am disappointed far more often reading these than I come out liking the story.So why do I read them time and time again? Because it's my weakness, okay! My name is Alicia and I love single dad/single guy falling in love with a single woman/single mom stories and I can't help it. So, I will continue to read them hoping beyond hope th [...]


    • A solid addition to my favorite literary soap opera. Dylan and Katie click immediately. They have decent chemistry and sparks do fly. He doesn't want a relationship because his family's emotional commitment history is hellish and he thinks he's pretty much illiterate in that area. Katie doesn't mean to get involved with someone who says they're not interested in more than a fling, but she can't help herself. It's a pretty good story. Subtle, calm, romantic. My biggest problem came in the middle [...]


    • Loves this series!! I am not a huge series person especially one that really makes you commit like VR. I tend to to stick with favorite authors more than series; books that come in groups and can be read as stand-alones in case I skip one so it isn't hard to catch up. This is book 18 and I still completely love it. Some are better than others, all are good to great though and I hope they never end. I feel I living in VR when I read them and these are my neighbors. Who doesn't want to be surround [...]


    • I always look forward to returning to Virgin River to catch up with all the previous characters we've come to know and love. Good to see the return of Tom Cavanaugh. I’m so happy that his book is next and I love knowing who’ll be wandering into his apple orchard in the next installment, “Sunrise Point,” to bring him his happily-ever-after.The set up for “Redwood Bend” was good. There was a good solid story to be told. And just let me say, I had already guessed why Keith, the pediatri [...]


    • Love, love, love Robyn Carr! Love her emotional writing and her character's heart! This book was fantastic and I never wanted it to end.Katie and her 5 year old twin boys move cross country from Vermont to Virgin River, California to spend more time with Katie's brother, Conner. You might remember him from Hidden Summit (VR #17). Well, things go as well as any romance novel enthusiast can expect. A flat tire and rescue from a hot, Hollywood bad boy. Thanks have a nice life and everyone moves on. [...]


    • Originally posted at Romance Around the CornerWarning: the review contains a spoiler, it’s hidden, but I'm making sure you know about it now in case you prefer to skip the review.One of my favorite books by Robyn Carr is A Summer in Sonoma. It’s one of her standalone books and if you haven’t read it you should because it’s wonderful. When I found out that Walt, the hero of that book, had a cameo in this book (he also makes a cameo in the previous book, Hidden Summit) I was a happy camper [...]


    • In Redwood Bend, we get to know Katie Malone and her twins better. In the last novel, Hidden Summit we met and fell in love with her brother Conner. After the danger has passed, she decides to bring her boys to Virgin River to be closer to their uncle Conner. Katie is an Army widow, and a recent encounter with her boss, has made her step back and reevaluate her non-existent love life. I loved this novel and feel in love with the characters and a new place called Payne, Montana.On the way up the [...]


    • This review posted on Guilty PleasurestRECOMMENDED READI was SO glad to be back in Virgin River! I did have to stop reading other stories and catch up because I was behind a few books. Being immersed in Virgin River and being with my old friends again was wonderful.Redwood Bend is the story of Kaite and Dylan. I love Katie and Dylan and of course I want to be BFF's with Katie and all the girls in Virgin River. Katie has 5 year old twin boys and lost her husband Charlie in war. Her brother Conner [...]


    • Oh wow, this one was great. The Virgin River books now keep a hint of the past without being buried in it. I’m always wary of a bunch of brand new characters turning up in an established series and taking over, but this one worked perfectly for me. It was funny and touching and so satisfying in the slightly surprising end.Dylan Childress – our hero here – is a washed up child star, who is very happy to be out of the business, even if his family still surround him, trying to cling to the re [...]


    • Buenoo, pues es que, siendo una historia de Virgin River, ya imaginaba que el que me gustara estaba garantizado, y así ha sido.Me encanta esta serie/saga. Son tan fresquitas y con unos paisajes tan impresionantes y deseables, que es como si estuvieras allí según lees.En esta historia me han gustado mucho los protagonistas, me han gustado mucho los gemelos y me ha encantado volver a saber de Jack por ejemplo, que creo que es el gran prota de toda la serie.Lectura amena, facilita, interesante, [...]


    • 3.5/5 (C+)Wow, book #18!! Hard to believe it's been almost 5 years since I picked up Virgin River on a whim!! Even after so many books, I find Virgin River and Jack's Bar to be warm places - almost idyllic - that I'd love to visit :) Guess Ms Carr has been doing a good job :) While the place has not lost its charms, the books themselves have been a bit like a roller coaster with ups and downs. They are definitively some that stand out, like Wild Man Creek, which is why I keep reading the series. [...]



    • Surprisingly more delightful than I anticipated, Redwood Bend takes us again to that wonderful little North Californian town of Virgin River. This is actually the 18th instalment in the series, and while I’ve read about 14 or so books of the series, I honestly feel that Robyn Carr has been making a bigger effort with this one, finally creating more layers and depth to her characters, all the while keeping it sweet and cute, and giving it that "Virgin River" magic. I’ve said this before but I [...]


    • 4 StarsThese books are the perfect "getting into the holiday spirit" type of read. They have a quaint, almost Hallmark-movie type feel to them that leaves me feeling uplifted. That said, I don't think I'd have the patience to read them, as they're not as couple centered as I prefer in my romances. However, I've loved listening to them as I go about my day.


    • No me esperaba esta historia. La imagen que tenía de Katie del libro de su hermano no era para nada así, y Dylan me ha sorprendido y gustado mucho.Mi puntuación: 8Esta es una serie larguísima que sigo desde hace años y me parece preciosa. Os la recomiendo entera y por orden.


    • 3.25/ 5; 3 stars; B+Robyn Carr never disappoints. This was a pleasant story with likeable characters. I always enjoy visiting Virgin River and Grace Valley. I wasn't bowled over by this entry into the Virgin Rivers series but it was still worth reading.


    • Dados del destinoBuena historia ,libro número 16 de esta serie.dylan no cree en relaciones duraderas infancia que tuvo contribuyó a que no creyera en el matrimonio ni familia camino se cruza con katie viuda madre de gemelos .juntos los dos crearán lazos que los unirán y curarán las heridas de dylan.


    • Redwood Bend by Robyn CarrKatie has packed up her house in VT, under the witness protection plan and headed out with her 2 kids to go live near her brother Conner who had beena witness in a murder. Things were just not working for her in VT. Her boyfriend she found out was gay.She treats the boys to Disney then heads up to Virgin River where her brother lives. Just in the northern section of CA she gets a flat and several bikersstop to help her. Dylan does most of the work and even gives her his [...]


    • Reviewed By~AubreyReview Copy Provided By~NetgalleyRobyn Carr is one of my favourite authors. Reading her books is like going home to your parents house and having your favourite meal. Its warm and cozy. The characters are ones you know and are anxious to hear more about. I would love to live in Virgin River where everyone is your friend and everyone helps you when in need. Its a town that sets the example of how all small towns should be like. Not to mention the landscape appears to be gorgeous [...]


    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *