Virgin River

Is back with its picturesque town, romance in the air and sizzling chemistry between Jack & Mel.

Cast – Alexandra Brackenridge, Martin Henderson,Tim Matheson , Annette O’Toole, Colin Lawrence, Lexa Doig, Lauren Hammersley, Benjamin Hollingsworth, Grayson Gurnsey, Sarah Dugdale, Teryl Rothery, Nicola Cavendish

Developed by – Sue Tenney

Music – Jeff Garber

Cinematography – David Pelletier, David J Frazee, Toby Gorman

 Based on – Virgin River Novels by Robyn Carr

Plot

The story opens to show Mel back in town. She decides to stop running away and face life head on.

The equations amongst the trio of Jack, Mel and Charmaine get a little more precarious.

Hope and Dr. Vernon take some more time trying to get around their relationship and  Muriel gives her best shot for the handsome Doc.

Calvin and Brady try to gain entry into Virgin River with their illegal business and new difficulties crop up for Jack.

Meanwhile Preacher has to grapple with danger and secrets to protect Paige.

Analysis

Season 2 turns out to be as engrossing and endearing as season one.

The story maintains its USP i.e serene cinematic pace and an emotionally high tempo. The enchanting music and enrapturing locations captured by some wonderful cinematography ensures that mushy and fuzzy feeling through out.

There’s something beautiful and endearing about this story, its characters, setting that brings a smile to my face and twinkle in the eye. Loving people, loveable people and a cute little town is all that you need to feel good and happy.

The chemistry between the leads is as sizzling and goes a little further. Be prepared that the season ends with a cliffhanger.

 But then seasons are all about handling such cliffhangers and the eager wait for the next one.

For those who haven’t watched Season 1, you must definitely catch up on this series if you love mushy romantic stories, sweet people, emotional entanglements, picturesque town kinda setting.

Or if you are Martin Henderson or Alexandra Brackenridge fan. The two eye candies are like a cherry on top.

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