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Carrying a naked woman up a mountain in a driving storm-- now there's a way for a man to start the day. But for Jamie, the unconscious redhead in his arms is an intruder, one who could bring him harm. He has his reasons for hiding out in this mountain cabin; for keeping his emotions hidden; for never, ever getting too close to anyone. And he's not about to stop now. Before Carrying a naked woman up a mountain in a driving storm-- now there's a way for a man to start the day. But for Jamie, the unconscious redhead in his arms is an intruder, one who could bring him harm. He has his reasons for hiding out in this mountain cabin; for keeping his emotions hidden; for never, ever getting too close to anyone. And he's not about to stop now. Before she passed out in his bed, she said her name was Faith-- an appropriate name since he has to take her at her word. Who is she? Why is she here? Who sent her? And what is she doing to him? Jamie's used to feelings of wariness, isolation, of being on guard. What he's not used to is this dangerous, nearly uncontrollable new emotion raging through him. Jamie wants Faith, as a man wants a woman... and it may already be too late to turn back...


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Carrying a naked woman up a mountain in a driving storm-- now there's a way for a man to start the day. But for Jamie, the unconscious redhead in his arms is an intruder, one who could bring him harm. He has his reasons for hiding out in this mountain cabin; for keeping his emotions hidden; for never, ever getting too close to anyone. And he's not about to stop now. Before Carrying a naked woman up a mountain in a driving storm-- now there's a way for a man to start the day. But for Jamie, the unconscious redhead in his arms is an intruder, one who could bring him harm. He has his reasons for hiding out in this mountain cabin; for keeping his emotions hidden; for never, ever getting too close to anyone. And he's not about to stop now. Before she passed out in his bed, she said her name was Faith-- an appropriate name since he has to take her at her word. Who is she? Why is she here? Who sent her? And what is she doing to him? Jamie's used to feelings of wariness, isolation, of being on guard. What he's not used to is this dangerous, nearly uncontrollable new emotion raging through him. Jamie wants Faith, as a man wants a woman... and it may already be too late to turn back...

30 review for Jamie

  1. 5 out of 5

    Cheri

    Although I read this before the others it wasn't as mixed up to me as one would think. Totally different than other LF novels I have read. I like paranormal romances so I enjoyed that part. I guess I'm used to more action than was in this book...I also figured how the "Big Secret" halfway through :)

  2. 4 out of 5

    Anita

    I have read all the book in the Visitation, NC series in order. I highly recommend that you do it that way. They are not very good as standalones because all the characters carry from one book to the next. Much more enjoyable when read in order. I loved all of them and Jamie just completes the story. Jamie is a mysterious hermit living on the mountain in Visitation, NC who has been in all the books. He shows up issues a dire prediction and then disappears again. The group of friends from these I have read all the book in the Visitation, NC series in order. I highly recommend that you do it that way. They are not very good as standalones because all the characters carry from one book to the next. Much more enjoyable when read in order. I loved all of them and Jamie just completes the story. Jamie is a mysterious hermit living on the mountain in Visitation, NC who has been in all the books. He shows up issues a dire prediction and then disappears again. The group of friends from these books have come to accept him and care for him. From the previous books, you just know that Jamie is special and that something bad happened in his past. Clint is heading up Jamie's mountain to ask him to attend his and Julie's wedding. The storm is getting pretty bad, but when Clint spots Jamie carrying a nude woman he decides to head back and talk to the others. Faith is looking for Jamie to help with her daughter, Cory. Faith is from Jamie's past and knows everything about the time he spent at the Institute and what happened to him there. Jamie was kept in isolation and didn't know Faith was there. Jamie is very paranoid about that time in his life and wants to never be found by those people, ever. He is real suspicious of Faith, especially because she can block him. But, Faith has always loved Jamie and her love wins him over. It also proves to Jamie that caring for people does not inhibit his gifts. There is someone out to use Jamie, Cory and Faith and Jamie needs to protect them.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Alexis

    Jamie is the 5th book in Lori Foster's Visitation, NC series, which follows the lives and loves of some really macho men and the feisty women who tame and challenge them. This final installment is the book that "every woman's been waiting for," according to the cover. Finally, the mysterious circumstances surrounding Jamie Creed, Visitation's resident mountain man and psychic (complete with long hair and bushy beard), will be revealed. And, of course, he'll find love. Before Faith Owen shows up Jamie is the 5th book in Lori Foster's Visitation, NC series, which follows the lives and loves of some really macho men and the feisty women who tame and challenge them. This final installment is the book that "every woman's been waiting for," according to the cover. Finally, the mysterious circumstances surrounding Jamie Creed, Visitation's resident mountain man and psychic (complete with long hair and bushy beard), will be revealed. And, of course, he'll find love. Before Faith Owen shows up on his mountain, Jamie's biggest problem is keeping track of all the information his mind is open to, and dealing with the inhabitants of Visitation who are determined to befriend and care about him. His powers and his history force him to separate himself from society, but in the past he has not been able to stand idly by when he senses a threat to the people in town. He's gotten involved (butted in, some of them might say), and it has earned him some friendships he's reluctant to accept. When a summer storm hits, Jamie finds himself being tracked. Clint, the local sheriff, is trying to find him to make sure he's okay, but he's not the only one. Faith Owen is struggling to get up the mountain as well, and when he finds her, she knows him. Not only that, she knows how to block his telepathy. This sends Jamie into a paranoid spiral that starts with him throwing away her clothing and causes him to look deeply into his past. He finds himself discussing with Faith things he never talked about with anyone else, but it's easier because she already knows. And Faith has her own reasons for being there. Harming Jamie is the last thing she wants, but there are others who would, and the sense of danger increases his paranoia. Unfortunately, Jamie's story isn't interesting enough to fill up his own book. This was disappointing to me, because there was so much potential, and his presence in the previous novels hinted at a really intriguing story. He and Faith end up sharing their novel with Alyx Winston (the sister of Joe, from Say No to Joe?) and Deputy Scott Royal. Their romance has also played out through the series, and it finally cements in this book, complete with the Big Misunderstanding and Declaration of Love scenes. As for Jamie and Faith, they spend a lot of time sitting around talking in his cabin. Jamie is a good character, developed throughout four other books, with the potential to have a really exciting backstory and suspenseful conclusion. He doesn't get either. He does get a "surprise" twist at the end, but I saw it coming 10 miles away so I doubt it was really meant to be a surprise. All the action is going on in town, with Scott and Alyx in the middle of it. But it's completely ridiculous action. Throughout this series I was plagued by the thought, "But real people don't act this way!" The conflict is really vague and confusing for most of the novel, and even at the end it just didn't make that much sense. I don't know why I keep expecting more from Foster's novels. I'm constantly disappointed by the writing and plots. It seems like everything that happens is a contrived device to throw together two scorching hot people who can't think past their raging lust. Half of each book involves the characters just looking at each other, and thinking about how sexy the other person is. Frankly, it gets kind of boring. The best parts are when all of the characters from the previous books are interacting, but by this point there were so many of them that the prose gets really juvenile. They are consistently referred to as "the men" or "the wives," even in dialogue. Group scenes end up getting described in chunks just to show where everyone is. And while the interactions are sometimes amusing, they are still, for the most part, unrealistic. No wonder somebody in my building dumped all her books in the laundry room.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jim son of Jim (formerly PhotoJim)

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. While I am glad we finally got Jamie's story, I'm more than a little frustrated with this story. I don't usually put spoilers in my reviews but I'd like to put a voice to some of my dissatisfaction and I can't quite do that without discussing specific points. First let me say that as usual Lori Foster has written a quick moving book that is enjoyable to read. I like most of the dialog and I like the overall story arc. But there are a few of things that just bug the hell out of me about this one. While I am glad we finally got Jamie's story, I'm more than a little frustrated with this story. I don't usually put spoilers in my reviews but I'd like to put a voice to some of my dissatisfaction and I can't quite do that without discussing specific points. First let me say that as usual Lori Foster has written a quick moving book that is enjoyable to read. I like most of the dialog and I like the overall story arc. But there are a few of things that just bug the hell out of me about this one. 1. Let's start with Faith. Faith has been madly in love with Jamie since she was observing him at the institute. And yet Jamie, who knows everything and can read anyone, never saw her or knew anything about her? I'm not buying it. How about Faith being a virgin? Um... she sure doesn't act like a virgin. She basically offers herself on a platter again and again until Jamie can't resist any longer. All because her eight year old daughter told her Jamie would like her? "Mom, drive someplace, abandon your vehicle, hitchhike, climb a mountain in the rain, and when a hostile stranger strips you, tries to throw you out, and violates you - I want you to have sex with him." "Sure thing honey. I guess I'll be off then." Does Faith always do everything that her eight year old daughter tells her to do? Then when she does have sex, and quite a bit of it at that, she holds the strangest conversation in the whole book. 'You didn't use a rubber.' 'Nope.' 'It's OK. I can't get pregnant.' 'I know.' And then this is not explained or referenced ever again. She has no scars indicating any type of surgery. She has no sexual history to explain why her fertility would be checked. Do we get an explanation? No. We get, "Don't worry. I won't get pregnant. I can't." "I know." End of conversation. How about Faith's history? How exactly did she end up with the baby? This bitch who was so cold hearted that she would whore herself to her lover by having unprotected sex with a prisoner for the sake of experimentation would allow for a pregnancy to go to term and then give the baby to an employee that quit? Not buying that either. And yet not only does she end up with the kid, but with the only copy of Jamie's research records? Is this making sense to anyone else? 2. Let's talk about the second most important female character in the book, Alyx Winston. This is 'little miss I'm going to trust Jamie about everything he tells me except when it comes to my own relationships' we are talking about. She is only in town to visit for a day or so when she sees a stranger in town and decides to follow her. She sees the stranger dress in costume and beat a man with a stick. She doesn't step in to help. She doesn't report it to her deputy lover. Instead she steals the abused man's dog. Alyx happens to show up the second time that this visiting woman beats the crap out of a local resident. Again Alyx doesn't help. She doesn't offer to call the police. She stays close enough to eavesdrop and leaves. Why Scott would possibly want to get with such a cold and deceitful woman is beyond me. Most frustrating character in the book hands down. 3. The many other plot holes and problems. There were just so many little things that drove me nuts. How does Jamie get electricity to his remote mountain cabin? As soon as Jamie saw Corey in person he knew she was his daughter. I suppose people look differently than when you see them through other people's eyes or when you have face to face psychic link visions. Everyone shows up along a stretch of remote mountain road and doesn't notice the Porsche parked off to the side so the bad guys can sneak up on them? I just don't buy any of it. So overall I'm glad that the Visitation NC series is brought to a close. I liked the overall story arc. I liked most of the characters. I liked a lot of the dialog. But as for pot and consistency, this one was a real mess. I would have given two stars but I really did like it despite myself.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mandy

    I read this for a scavenger hunt. I didn't enjoy this book as much as I thought I would, I really don't know what I was expecting. I was confused about characters that were being mentioned and talked about that were never really introduced. I understand we're trying to get that Jamie has friends who care about him but I have no clue who they are most of the time or how they're connected. Jamie's psychic ability was also confusing to understand especially in the beginning when the scene wasn't I read this for a scavenger hunt. I didn't enjoy this book as much as I thought I would, I really don't know what I was expecting. I was confused about characters that were being mentioned and talked about that were never really introduced. I understand we're trying to get that Jamie has friends who care about him but I have no clue who they are most of the time or how they're connected. Jamie's psychic ability was also confusing to understand especially in the beginning when the scene wasn't really described at all and it seemed like three people were in the room or outside with him when nobody was with him at all. It's not like the author lacks ability in describing scenes in vivid detail because the sex scenes sure don't leave anything up to the imagination. An other thing that completely annoyed me (aside from both the main characters) was the use of "one iota". There's always the annoying use of a certain word in every romance novel, I can't think of any other examples right now but I have noticed this before. the first time it occurs you overlook it and it's annoying the first time too but after that a voice in your head just starts ticking off how many times it's used and dread it ever appearing again. The best part of this book was that it got three items for my scavenger hunt.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    I really like Lori Foster's writing but this story wasn't for me. I couldn't even finish it. I think it's because it's about psychic stuff and I wasn't expecting that type of storyline. I really enjoy all her men of honor books and undercover books and stuff like that...but this was more like it was meant to be romantic suspense but didn't hit the mark. The "romance" struck me as absurd. It reminded me of the Colter book from Maya Banks which is another one I found completely absurd from the I really like Lori Foster's writing but this story wasn't for me. I couldn't even finish it. I think it's because it's about psychic stuff and I wasn't expecting that type of storyline. I really enjoy all her men of honor books and undercover books and stuff like that...but this was more like it was meant to be romantic suspense but didn't hit the mark. The "romance" struck me as absurd. It reminded me of the Colter book from Maya Banks which is another one I found completely absurd from the start. Although to be fair Maya Bank's book is really awful...this one is just not to my taste. I can imagine some people might like it. Oh well can't love 'em all.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jacqueline J

    I'm downgrading my review on this one. It just didn't hold up well on a second reading. It was okay but the plot seemed pretty ludicrous to me and I wonder how I swallowed it so easily the first time around. I've read a lot of Lori Foster but this is my first reread. Maybe I shouldn't give any more of the ones which I enjoyed a second try. Maybe I should just leave them alone as happy memories.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Laurie

    This story between a future-seeing mountain man and a well intentioned, determined woman caught my interest and exceeded my expectations. Jamie, a ruggedly sexy eccentric hero, at first seems to be a lonely hermit with serious trust issues. As the story progresses, he continues to keep his guard up when he meets and cohabits with Faith, the heroine who is set on winning his heart. Despite his best efforts to keep his guard up, Faith causes him to slowly lower it as she gradually wins his trust. This story between a future-seeing mountain man and a well intentioned, determined woman caught my interest and exceeded my expectations. Jamie, a ruggedly sexy eccentric hero, at first seems to be a lonely hermit with serious trust issues. As the story progresses, he continues to keep his guard up when he meets and cohabits with Faith, the heroine who is set on winning his heart. Despite his best efforts to keep his guard up, Faith causes him to slowly lower it as she gradually wins his trust. Faith was on a mission to keep Jamie safe and win his heart. Unlike so many others, she can block Jamie from reading her thoughts, and it's a good thing too, because she cannot share the truth with him until the time is right. Faith is relentless on her mission, and Jamie cannot resist the tempting curves of her body anymore. They give to each other as well as take from each other, and in their earth-shattering passion, the truth sets them both free. Jamie realizes he can trust and have relationships and Faith realizes she must finally share her deepest secrets with him. This story was a unique story of love and trust, and is one of my favorite books.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Siela

    The Visitation, NC series (or any Lori Foster novels that Ive read, for that matter) are filled with beautiful, sexy, and independent women. While the men are smart, macho, tough guys yet gentle and caring. And I think what really makes her books so popular and well-loved is that she comes up with all these likeably perfect characters. And that's pretty hard to do. It is safe to say, I suppose, that Jamie is my favorite book in all the series. Only because it has Scott Royal and Alyx Winston's The Visitation, NC series (or any Lori Foster novels that I’ve read, for that matter) are filled with beautiful, sexy, and independent women. While the men are smart, macho, tough guys – yet gentle and caring. And I think what really makes her books so popular and well-loved is that she comes up with all these likeably perfect characters. And that's pretty hard to do. It is safe to say, I suppose, that Jamie is my favorite book in all the series. Only because it has Scott Royal and Alyx Winston's storyline in it. Though I was hoping there would be an actual book involving them, Lori Foster certainly didn't disappoint with the few chapters she'd written about the two. An easy read and great 'ol fluff book. 4 stars.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Erinw

    Usually I enjoy Lori Foster's stories, but I didn't enjoy this one. Jamie is a man who can read people's minds and see the future. Faith comes to find him because he is the only person who can help her with a secret. Both Jamie and Faith were unlikeable and unbelievable characters. It was annoying that a lot of backstory from earlier books came up. I figured out the secret early in the book but Jamie was not smart enough to figure it out until the last second. Too much in this book made me frown Usually I enjoy Lori Foster's stories, but I didn't enjoy this one. Jamie is a man who can read people's minds and see the future. Faith comes to find him because he is the only person who can help her with a secret. Both Jamie and Faith were unlikeable and unbelievable characters. It was annoying that a lot of backstory from earlier books came up. I figured out the secret early in the book but Jamie was not smart enough to figure it out until the last second. Too much in this book made me frown in annoyance. Everything I have read by Lori Foster has been better than this. I suggest you try her other books.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Daelith

    I'm beginning to feel like a book grouch since I'm not overly impressed with much I've been reading lately. Not sure what the problem is. But, dang 147 pages of cabin scene nearly did me in. "Why are you here, Faith?" "I can't tell you, Jamie. Not yet. Please just trust me." We went through this more times than I can count. There is only so much of that type conversations I can take.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tammy

    Not really a stand alone at all; this is very much part of a series. A series I've not read any other books in. And that made this less enjoyable. I liked the MCs and their story, but I didn't care for any of the other stuff. It was annoying when there'd be pages & pages of these story lines from other books. Not the books fault, my fault. But still.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Cron

    I loved this book! Lori's writing is smooth and easy to absorb. The story is very sweet, sexy, intriging and will keep you turning the pages. I found myself really rooting for the couple in the book.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie Stinson

    YES!!!!!!! Finally he has his own book and we understand!!!!!!!!!!!!! Besides that, he's a great character and this book will stand on it's own as his life story unfurls. (With the requisite happily ever after.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kissa

    I've been wanting to try out this author for a while now. I found this book at the thrift store so this is my chance.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Garner

    One of my all time favorite stories by Lori Foster.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Maura

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Jamie, the psychic hermit in Visitation, NC finally gets his book. At the end of the last book he's spotted toting a naked woman up to his mountain cabin in a hellacious storm and everyone down on level ground is rearing and ready to find out to but into his business and find out what that was all about. But they have to wait out the storm, and in the meantime, Jamie has to deal with Faith, the woman who claims to know him from his past and wants his help, but refuses to tell him how or why or Jamie, the psychic hermit in Visitation, NC finally gets his book. At the end of the last book he's spotted toting a naked woman up to his mountain cabin in a hellacious storm and everyone down on level ground is rearing and ready to find out to but into his business and find out what that was all about. But they have to wait out the storm, and in the meantime, Jamie has to deal with Faith, the woman who claims to know him from his past and wants his help, but refuses to tell him how or why or give him any other details. And even more frustrating, she can block her thoughts if she focuses. Faith has one mission - to make Jamie care, then and only then can she tell him why she's there. She has no problem getting Jamie's lust, but to make him care, she has to earn her trust, and her determination to shut him out of her mind to hide her secrets sets them at cross purposes. But Jamie can feel a threat surmounting and the longer he spends with Faith the more important it is to him to protect her. So, for all the build up to finally get to Jamie's story, it was a bit of a let down. I still find Jamie an absolutely delightful character with the perfect amount of mystery and tortured hero syndrome, but his story left a lot to be desired. Okay, his backstory is okay, but I'd expected a bit more I guess. And his ability to read Faith's mind seemed extremely inconsistent. I'd think that the moment she got drunk he'd just be able to delve in and find out everything he needed to know, but evidently he has unnecessary restraint. No need to be noble at that point when he'd already stuck his fingers in her to find out if she was bugged. So basically it's the two of them in his cabin with some people coming in and out to throw in some interaction, but it's the same old deal - he wants to know what she wants and she wants to get in his pants before she'll tell him. And even their sex together seems like he's being cruel to her. It felt really off. And then there's the whole Cory thing...no doubt who she is. And the threat feels all vague and undetermined. Even at the end while they're wrapping it all up, I still wasn't sure exactly what the villain really wanted...other than fame and notoriety, but does that require killing people? It seemed so convoluted. And for such a big draw as Jamie and with as much build up as his story was getting in the series, I'm honestly surprised that we had a secondary romance with Scott and Alyx. It was almost an equal side-romance, which just goes to show you that Jamie and Faith's story wasn't strong enough to carry the book on its own. I almost actually enjoyed Scott and Alyx more - I find them quite annoying, but there was some angsty feels going on in there story that Jamie and Faith were missing. So definitely a disappointment given all the build up, but still a decent enough story in its own right. Jamie is still my favorite character of the series, but I wish his romance had been a bit more (and without him having to clean up and become a townie to get his HEA).

  18. 5 out of 5

    Michele

    If you have been reading the Visitation series you know who Jamie is and what he is capable of. But even he did not see all that happens to him in the book coming. Who knew under all that facial hair and absent stare their was a different Jamie. When trouble comes to Visitation all the men (and women) that Jamie has let in are front and center. Heart warming and a nice read.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tina Alicea

    It was great to finally hear Jamie's story after all the mystery behind him in all the previous books. Such a surprise ending for him.... Loved it.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Callie Carmen

    I loved the entire Visitation, North Carolina series. From the mountain & lake setting to the fun, likable, and sexy characters.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    3+ stars

  22. 5 out of 5

    Becca Mojica

    Love this it's my favorite from the series. I'm excited and waiting for the Austin and Cory story.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Susan Ross

    Very steamy book. I strongly suggest reading the others in the series first. I felt like I was missing something through the whole book, not knowing it was a series.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Nibrock

    An interesting romance between Jamie & Faith. Good to see Alyx and Scott work things out. A bit of magic involved. Lots of loose ends (from the series) tied up.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Tia Lappe

    Truly captivating. I liked getting two romances in one book.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Brenda Day

    I am happy to finally finish Jamies story and to catch-up with everyone. The characters and story line were good keep me guessing till the end. I am happy to finally finish Jamie’s story and to catch-up with everyone. The characters and story line were good keep me guessing till the end.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Anna's Herding Cats

    I love this series but gotta say, Jamie is plain ol' flipping creeeepy. I think this may be the first time a hero has actually given me the willies and had me cringing with a WTF expression taking up damn near permanent residence on my face. The first 100 pages are so bizarre. Jamie find Faith trooping up his mountain and goes to confront her but as soon as he reaches her she collapses from exhaustion and illness. What does our hero do first? Well, of course, he strips her naked and throws all I love this series but gotta say, Jamie is plain ol' flipping creeeepy. I think this may be the first time a hero has actually given me the willies and had me cringing with a WTF expression taking up damn near permanent residence on my face. The first 100 pages are so bizarre. Jamie find Faith trooping up his mountain and goes to confront her but as soon as he reaches her she collapses from exhaustion and illness. What does our hero do first? Well, of course, he strips her naked and throws all of her clothes off the mountain and into the river just in case she's wearing a bug. Then he searches her for tracking devices. He feels her up, and I mean really feels her up, and doesn't miss checking anywhere. I'm way the hell over here and I was so damn uncomfortable. And Faith just lets him go at it. I don't care why she was there or what she needed from him. I'd be slapping the ever living hell out of him. I get that he's paranoid because of his past but damn. ::shudder:: Thankfully it does get better but damn that first bit is a doosey. Foster's characters are usually so easy to fall for. Quirky but personable and draw you in right away. Jamie and Faith, though, are characters that really have to grow on you. Jamie is socially awkward and uncomfortable with the idea of having friends after years of isolation due to his telepathic abilities. It's a struggle for him to have Faith in his home and the people of Visitation trying to be his friends. Now, Faith. She's a determined woman and I can respect her for that but I did find her refusal to explain things very frustrating. The whole plot is that she needs Jamie's help and he just has to accept her without getting all the details or really any of the details. Frustrating! But she does have redeeming qualities, namely, the way she accepted Jamie how he was and the positive impact she had on his life. While this wasn't my favorite of the series there were some fantastic moments along the way that made it worth the read. Especially when Jamie cleaned himself up and dropped the mountain man act. His friends were used to him being mysterious, showing no emotions and being a man of few words. Suddenly he's all cleaned up and actually showing a sense of humor, being rather chatty. Loved how shocked and flustered they all got over the new Jamie. Especially the men's reactions. Easily the best part of the book. The very ending was a little corny but it was the last book in the series so I kinda liked it. All the past characters have their big group moment together. Just like with a tv series finale it's a bit sappy, a little over the top silly and cheesy and you can't help but smile and go aaawwww. Overall, I really enjoyed the Visitation, NC series. It wasn't at all what I expected but it was worth the read. The heroes and heroines were pretty unique and a couple of them found their way to my favorites list. They weren't your typical characters, to say the least, and I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know them. Even Jamie and his creepy self.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Christie P.

    When you want to disappear and be forgotten by the rest of the world, where do you go? Jamie thought the mountains of Visitation, North Carolina would be a good spot to isolate himself. He was far enough away from town and high enough on the mountain to not worry about being bothered. The best hiding spot in the world can't stop someone if they know exactly where to look. Faith has been coming to find Jamie since her daughter told her to find the man she once witnessed being psychologically When you want to disappear and be forgotten by the rest of the world, where do you go? Jamie thought the mountains of Visitation, North Carolina would be a good spot to isolate himself. He was far enough away from town and high enough on the mountain to not worry about being bothered. The best hiding spot in the world can't stop someone if they know exactly where to look. Faith has been coming to find Jamie since her daughter told her to find the man she once witnessed being psychologically tortured. Climbing a mountain in the middle of a storm to find him should prove her determination enough but Jamie isn't convinced this innocent looking woman doesn't have some serious ulterior motives. Faith knows it's going to take a lot of time and effort for Jamie to trust this woman that he just met but she has no other option. She's going to do whatever it takes to keep her daughter, and the man she has secretly loved for year, safe no matter what it cost her in the end. But how no one knows just how dangerous the situation has gotten until it's too late. Jamie is the fifth installment to the Visitation series and it just might be the best. Jamie is present in ever novel of the series, which makes the readers want to hear his story and hopefully happy ending. But you also get Scott and Alyx's story which I have wanted since the two met in the first book. So for me it was two for the price of one goodness! Faith isn't the type of woman I was expected for Jamie but I was very pleasantly surprised by her determination and bravery, even when they first meet and Jamie isn't very nice...at all. I loved Alyx and Scott's parts of the book. I wish there had been more of those, or their scenes had been longer. Some of the surprises in the story are a little predictable but they still work and enhance the story. This book felt like a really good way to tie up the series and even gave a little glimpse of how everyone that we've met through the series is doing in their lives.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sammie

    Oh my god Jamie's book was so awesome ,i love this series. i could not put this book down it was so good. Jamie has been such an interesting character from book 1 that it was so awesome to see things for his point of view , He is so hunky and funny (sigh),but he also has something about him that makes him such a great character to read about, His story was so good and sad at the same time all the stuff he had to go through was just awful . Faith was so cool i loved her character right off the bat Oh my god Jamie's book was so awesome ,i love this series. i could not put this book down it was so good. Jamie has been such an interesting character from book 1 that it was so awesome to see things for his point of view , He is so hunky and funny (sigh),but he also has something about him that makes him such a great character to read about, His story was so good and sad at the same time all the stuff he had to go through was just awful . Faith was so cool i loved her character right off the bat ,she was a bit of a mystery at first but once you got to know her you understood where she was coming from . I loved every moment with Jamie & Faith ,they are totally perfect for each other and i just loved watching this story unfold . there were a few parts where i totally knew what was happening but there were still some surprises that were great. Another awesome thing about this book is that we finally get to see more of Scott & Alyx ,i have been waiting to read more about them and i was kinda hopful that they would get their own book , but since they didn't i was glad that they had their story mixed with Jamie & Faith , Scott is just awesome and super funny the way he reacts to Alyx it's just great to read about them , Alyx is totally kick ass she's such a great character that i could not wait to read more about her , Alyx & Scott we're made for each other . I still wished that Alyx & Scott had gotten their own book , but over all this series kicked major ass ,there was one book that i didn't full on totally love , Foster is one of the must read authors out there.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Darcia Cowart

    This is the fist book of the series that I have read. I definitely will go back and read all the others. This book reminds me of Janet chapmans books, which I adore and re read yearly. Jamie is a loaner, he has a cabin way up in the mountains off the beaten path, so much so that he rarely has visitors. On a rainy slick chilly day he sees with his para normal gift a woman coming. He meets her on the mountain and brings her back to his cabin. Unlike all the other towns people he is drawn to her This is the fist book of the series that I have read. I definitely will go back and read all the others. This book reminds me of Janet chapmans books, which I adore and re read yearly. Jamie is a loaner, he has a cabin way up in the mountains off the beaten path, so much so that he rarely has visitors. On a rainy slick chilly day he sees with his para normal gift a woman coming. He meets her on the mountain and brings her back to his cabin. Unlike all the other towns people he is drawn to her and the book is about his undoing as well as hers. Both have secrets, but the chemistry urges them to press beyond the mis trust and take a lap of "faith" with each other. Ironically the female's name is Faith. She has a little girl named Cory who had urged her to seek Jamie out. I really loved this book, finished it in 2 days. I am sure that I will go back and read it again once I read the books leading up to it. The characters are endearing and the friendships are real. It makes you want to be part of the town. Oddly enough I started reading it while staying on lake Lure in NC. We were in a remote cabin on the back side. So the story was perfect.

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