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    What We Find

    Carr takes readers to Sullivan’s Crossing with the same small town charm I’ve come to know and love her for. The picturesque setting was a fantastic counterpoint to the hustle and bustle of the high impact jobs and big city lives of the main characters. I found that the plot gets a little slow at times. That said, it is a complexly woven plot with intertwining lives of characters. This was definitely a very character intensive story. The very different lives of the large cast of characters pulled me in in a variety of different ways. I enjoyed each of them in their own way. Maggie’s story tugged at my heart and I loved how she didn’t fall into self-pity, even if she had moments of it. Cal’s family was an unexpected twist in this tale. I enjoyed the way that their dynamic was developed. It was so natural and real, if not something that I’d encounter in my daily life. This novel was a compelling start to Carr’s new series. I can’t wait to see where it goes next. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.
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    What We FInd

    What We Find by Robin Carr is the story of two people who are lost within their lives and need a fresh start in order to find themselves. Maggie Sullivan is a neurosurgeon who has reached an impasse in her life and career. She decides to visit her dad at Sullivan’s Crossing. California, “Cal”, Jones is a widowed lawyer, trying to pick up the pieces of his life and move forward after the death of his wife. He returned to his gypsy ways of childhood, traveling the country, only to spend some time at Sullivan’s Crossing. Sullivan’s Crossing is at the crossroads of the Colorado and the Continental Divide Trails. It is here that Maggie’s dad, Sully, runs a general store that had been passed down through the generations. It is here where Maggie and Cal each find a friend to talk to, share a bonfire with, as well as relax with. It is also here where the two begin to fall for each other and figure out their lives intent. Once again Robyn Carr has written a winner. I loved the way Robyn Carr took the reader along Maggie and Cal’s journey to find themselves. Along that path the two needed to determine how to use their talents to fulfill their lives yet not lose their relationship. She showed the growth in the relationship between these two characters as well as how their love for each other continued to grow. I highly recommend this book to all readers as I struggled to put this book down.
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    anti climatic

    Good book but seemed to speed up at the end just to finish. Its too bad because the book was great for the first 50%
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    Great book.

    I couldn’t stop reading the book but had to wait for the second book in the series to come out to buy it. I now have it and can’t wait to read it.
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    Good start

    3.5 Stars Hotness Rating 3 out of 5 What We Find is a good start to the Sullivan's Crossing by Robyn Carr. Although, it was a bit slower paced the story and the characters held my attention and definitely have me wanting to read more about the highly entertaining and sometimes quirky inhabitants of this Colorado community. It held a simple and sweet appeal that was a nice distraction from the many drama-filled romances circulating these days. Maggie Sullivan was a character that I enjoyed a lot! As a surgeon that had tons of problems going on in her professional and personal life she escapes back to her own little piece of heaven, Sullivans' Crossing. Sullivan's Crossing holds her childhood memories, her father and the land that she loves. I loved how Maggie dealt with her taciturn father who wouldn't know how to coddle his daughter if he tried. Her personality fit in with these townspeople perfectly. Even when she met Cal and fell for him hard she was affectionate and open, but never mushy. I enjoyed Cal Jones immensely. The poor guy was trying to come to terms with a tragic past and a very unusual upbringing. He was just a great guy. Willing to pitch in and help without being asked he just did what needed to be done to help Sully (the owner and Maggie's dad) out when he suffered a heart attack. He expected nothing in return and even put up with some rude comments and observations with good humor. Cal was exactly what Maggie needed. His laid back approach to life and easy calm helped to balance Maggie. He brought out a playful side to her that we definitely didn't see in the beginning. I loved how he kept her guessing his full name throughout most of the book. I chuckled every time she spit out an even more outlandish suggestion than the one before. Their romance definitely wasn't a flash with sparks and sizzle. It was more of an easy, you've-always-been-the-one coupling. That's not to say it didn't come across as real because it did. It felt to me like they belonged together and there was no doubt it would be and it would always be them. I'm very interested to see where this series goes and read more about Sullivan's Crossing. This book was provided to me in exchange for my honest review. You can find this review and others at Books, Chocolate and Lipgloss

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