Starting over is never easy, but in Thunder Point, where newcomers are welcome and friends become family, it's possible to find yourself again. #1 New York Times bestselling author Robyn Carr takes us on a moving and rewarding journey as a young woman finds new hope. After losing her child, Ginger Dysart was lost in grief. But since moving to Thunder Point, a small town on the Oregon coast, Ginger is finally moving forward. Her job at the flower shop is peaceful and fulfilling, and she's excited to be assisting with the Lacoumette wedding. In spite of her lasting heartache, Ginger is swept up in the pleasure of the occasion. But the beauty of the Lacoumette farm and the joy of the gregarious family are ruined by an unfortunate encounter with the bride's brother, Matt. Struggling with painful memories of his own, Matt makes a drunken spectacle of himself when he tries to make a pass at Ginger, forcing her to flee the scene in embarrassment. But when Matt shows up at the flower shop determined to make amends, what started out as a humiliating first meeting blossoms into something much deeper than either of them expected. Everyone around them worries that Ginger will end up with a broken heart yet again. But if Ginger has the courage to embrace the future, and if Matt can finally learn to let go of the past, there may still be hope for a happy ending.
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by Robyn Carr
"Narrator Therese Plummer will have listeners falling in love and crying their eyes out at the same time. After an embarrassing wedding encounter brings them together, Ginger Dysart and Matt Lacoumette both seek healing from failed marriages and a second chance at love. Plummer adopts a deliciously confidential tone that will draw listeners into the core of Ginger and Matt's heartache. It's impossible not to engage fully with the characters. The laughter and hesitations in phrasing that she adds create a natural flow of dialogue. In the heartrending scenes in which the characters express their grief, Plummer does not simply narrate, she shares the characters' emotional journeys. With Plummer's narration, Carr's story is a knockout. C.A. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2015, Portland, Maine"
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