Monday, April 17, 2017

Any Day Now (Sullivan's Crossing #2) by Robyn Carr

Hardcover, 384 pages
Expected publication: April 18th 2017 by Mira Books (first published April 4th 2017)
Any Day Now is the highly anticipated sequel to #1 New York Times bestselling author Robyn Carr's What We Find. Readers fell in love with Sullivan's Crossing and the characters who settled there and will be delighted to spend time with their favorite people again. The rustic campground at the crossroads of the Colorado and Continental Divide Trails welcomes everyone—whether you're looking for a weekend getaway or a new lease on life. 

My Thoughts…

Robyn Carr has talent.   She takes a small town in Colorado and turns it into a family.   Sullivan’s Crossing is a place where people come to experience Colorado and never want to leave or at least I didn’t want to leave, EVER.    

The storyline is wonderful.    There is characters that are not perfect which makes them real.    The issues they have are issues that many people deal with every day.    The friendships they have are not perfect but they are the same friendships that I have with my friends.    The families are supportive, open with their love, and accepting of each other.     This may seem like it is too perfect but it wasn’t. 

Sierra is a recovering alcoholic who has a secret in her past that she is trying to out run.    She runs to Sullivan’s Crossing and her brother to keep a low profile.   Yet, she meets Connie and everything she thought she wanted and needed changes.   Connie, aka Conrad, shakes up her world making her feel things that she hasn’t felt in forever.    There were times I felt like their relationship was one sided with Conrad providing a ton of support while Sierra was so focused on herself that she took it for granted but then I realized that most relationships have those bumps that are one sided and it will flip back and forth as to who is supporting who more as the relationship moves forward.  

I definitely recommend picking up your own copy of Any Day Now and falling in love with the characters of Sullivan’s Crossing. 
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