Mind Tryst

Mind Tryst by Robin Carr

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Living in a small town in Colorado, divorcee Jackie Sheppard is eager to put her son`s tragic death behind her, and she throws herself into a relationship with Tom, a man with a mysterious past.

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Robin Carr

A book by Robin Carr

Robyn Carr / Robyn Carr - American writer. After 20 years of writing, historical novels, and even one psychological thriller, New York Times bestselling author Robin Carr has found her genre - or rather, her calling. It turned out to be female prose. Her debut novel, Virgin river, made the American Library Association`s Top 10 Novels of 2007, and many exclaimed, "This exciting debut is bound to have a very successful sequel." Childhood and adolescence Robin Carr spent, like many: first school, then college. The measured course of life was disrupted when the writer married a school friend, and four weeks later he went to the Air Force Officers` School. The Vietnam War was in full swing, and Robin`s husband was assigned to fly a helicopter. However, the couple in love were not separated for long: as soon as Carr had the opportunity, she followed her husband. The woman moved from one base to another, performing the duties of the keeper of the hearth, while her beloved worked or ...

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Robyn Carr / Robyn Carr - American writer. After 20 years of writing, historical novels, and even one psychological thriller, New York Times bestselling author Robin Carr has found her genre - or rather, her calling. It turned out to be female prose. Her debut novel, Virgin river, made the American Library Association`s Top 10 Novels of 2007, and many exclaimed, "This exciting debut is bound to have a very successful sequel." Childhood and adolescence Robin Carr spent, like many: first school, then college. The measured course of life was disrupted when the writer married a school friend, and four weeks later he went to the Air Force Officers` School. The Vietnam War was in full swing, and Robin`s husband was assigned to fly a helicopter. However, the couple in love were not separated for long: as soon as Carr had the opportunity, she followed her husband. The woman moved from one base to another, performing the duties of the keeper of the hearth, while her beloved worked or traveled. Family life was very unstable, and as you know, nothing saves you from loneliness and anxiety like a good book. During the war years, Carr constantly read women`s history novels to distract herself from everyday life. It was no surprise to anyone that Robin herself would at some point want to write a novel. Having tried herself in different genres, the author began to write love stories. This is how Robin Carr says about women`s prose: “The variety of this literature is unusually great - from a romance novel itself to an adventure, political, or novel for girls.” Robin Carr is called a Woman with a capital letter, so her literature is incredibly popular among a female audience of all ages.