A Virgin River Novel, Book 1
Rating: 4 Cups
Moving out of LA is a step in the right direction on so many levels for Clay Tahoma. He needs to be in a place away from his ex-wife, a place where he can be with his son and, most importantly, a place where he fits.
The work she does for her grandfather makes Lilly Yazhi feel good, inside and out, and it is a debt she gladly pays for saving her life. She was so young when her whole world dropped out from under her, and to this day, she has never forgotten that pain.
Working for Nate in Virgin River is the opportunity Clay has been waiting for, and he is anxious to finally put his life in order and have his son by his side. Looking to have another woman in his life is certainly not on his agenda, but Lilly barrels into his heart in a most unexpected way. Men, especially tall, gorgeous, and proud Navajo men, are the very last thing Lilly needs in her life, been there, done that, and paid the ultimate price, thank you! But Clay…well there is always an exception to every rule, and he busts through her rules like a charging bull.
If one man could fulfill every one of your fantasies about a beautifully strong, honest, and devastatingly sexy Native American man, it would, hands down, be Clay Tahoma. The body, the hair, the dignity, everything just fits, and with Lilly by his side, it is the perfect combination. My only wish is that as a couple, their story and that of the towns’, and its residents become more integrated, more of a tie in with the estate sale and the Marines. I am thrilled to see two more books coming so soon in this series and hope to see everyone enjoy this as much as I have!
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More