As another season gets underway, is there a new dawn at Bolton Wanderers?
Get to know Gareth Farrelly, the former Bolton player turned lawyer. Former Bolton player Marvin Sordell reveals all about his struggles with mental health. The gang gets back together to chat about Football Ventures, the lack of players and Rod. Bolton academy coach and former winger David Lee looks back on his career so far. A desperate situation at Bolton, but does administration give the club hope? Bolton are set to go into administration and receive a point penalty next season.
Another dismal week - who is running the show and what punishment are Bolton facing? Things have got bad at Bolton.
Players strike so game is called off. What happens next? Bolton relegated, but will it get better?hammiferrastrea.cf
Plus we pick our Bolton Player of the Year. Reaction to takeover news, plus an interview with the man himself: Laurence Bassini. Two crushing blows for Bolton, and we look at who should stay and who should go. Plus we try to talk about QPR. It's mostly quiet on the Wanderers front - but a few interesting titbits to bring you. Two more weeks to seal a deal - we reflect on a day of high drama at the High Court.
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Smoking Policy. I loved that he took the time to understand why his friend had left him the property as well as get to know the town and people living there. And I liked that he did his best to see beyond the obvious and that he wasn't afraid to make friends in what he assumes will be a temporary location for him.
And Mack is the king of negative motivation and a frustrating moron that was painful to witness. It was certainly the subtext. Scratch that, it was the supertext and spilled out all over absolutely everything. Frankly, this much negative motivation could very well have derailed my enjoyment of the story if the author had been less talented.
Fortunately, Carr has a great way with both secondary characters and setting so there was lots to keep me occupied while Mack and Sarah did the whole broody pain woe-is-me dance. I was worried for a bit that we were being setup for a thriller sideline, but I'm happy to say that Carr made that plotline very reasonable and having competent adults handling things not least Mack, so his character had fun bits, too worked out very much in the story's favor.
So this ended up being a solid three stars where I sometimes thought I'd bounce on all the avoiding and whining. A note about Steamy : There are some explicit sex scenes. I didn't count very closely. The middle of my steam tolerance, at any rate. And, as with the only other Carr novel I've read, the couples here have amazing sex, every time, and it's the best evar because awesome!
Since it isn't, I'm going to save off this little jag to append to my reviews that feature the term. Jennifer Crusie blogged about it a bit back and it changed how I understand story. The problem with the term is that if you've never heard it before, you'd assume it meant motivations that are harmful or immoral.
Not so. What it refers to is motivations not to do something.
The thing is that many of us are motivated to not do things for a lot of different, perfectly valid and reasonable, reasons. The problem is that in a story motivations to not do things are a huge drag on the plot—particularly considering the fact that most negative motivations are overcome by the character simply deciding they don't care any more or, rather, that they do care and are now motivated to do the thing. So not only do you have a counter to action but you also have a situation where to overcome it, all a character has to do is change their mind.
Conflict drives story.
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Conflict between a reader and a main character drives readers away from story. Dec 14, Keri rated it it was ok Shelves: s-read , romance-contemporary. It was ok and didn't quite have the same punch that the first book in Virgin River. The world building took forever and Cooper and Susan didn't even connect until almost page So the romance seemed rushed and disconnected to me and the ending was rushed. Maybe I am bit burned out on this type of small town romance. Dec 18, Lisa rated it it was amazing Shelves: adult-fiction , boy-crushes , sexy-heroes , flail , e-galley , pub , all-the-right-things , grabby-hands , need-moar , laugh-out-loud-good.
Robyn Carr is such a fantastic author and I'm already in love with this new series that has been introduced to us for Before even starting this book I knew that this would be yet ano 4. Before even starting this book I knew that this would be yet another go-to series for me to buy and read.
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The first installment, The Wanderer, tells the story of Hank Cooper, an ex army-pilot, who travels to the Oregon coast where there is a small beach side town that is very quaint and was home to his army buddy, Ben, who had recently passed away. On the outside it seems as if Ben had a regular accident which resulted in his death but Hank — or Coop, as he likes to be referred to — just finds it strange that his buddy who was as huge as a bear and healthy as one too would just die like that.
So upon arrival in Thunder Point, Coop meets the sheriff, Mac, who gives him the lay of the land and becomes the first friend that Coop makes in town. While in town Coop makes friends with a few people, but the person he really wants to meet and get to know is the girl who walks on the beach with this monster of a dog.
Sarah Dupre is a helicopter rescue pilot who has recently moved to Thunder Point with her younger brother Landon who is now in her custody after the deaths of their parents. Landon becomes good friends with Coop and vice versa. Coop is kinda starts to look out for him after an encounter on the beach that Coop intervenes on one day. What transpires is this really — quick — but great romance between Coop and Sarah, though at times I felt like they were cheated out a tad bit on the page front.
But the story in itself was a great one. Coop still struggles with his inability to put down roots and that was breaking my heart quite a bit — thus the name The Wanderer. But with all great romances sometimes it can really change the person… for the better. There were actually many story lines, which is not unusual with a series from Carr and I loved them all.
I thought it was all very sweet and meant to be.