Author: Robyn Carr
Series: Sullivan’s Crossing #2
Release Date: April 18, 2017
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Reviewer: Jessica Higgins
Relationships just seem to happen at Sullivan’s Crossing!
Sierra Jones is on the run and Sullivan’s Crossing looks like a good place for a stop over. Her brother Cal and his new wife Maggie are expecting their first child and she could use the time to talk with him. She has some money, but she is going to need a place to work and a place to stay. Maggie’s dad, Sully, quickly offers her one of the cabins and some work to do during March, which is the prep month for the cabins and campgrounds. Sierra has no intentions of love until she meets the local paramedic, Connie. He is handsome and built like a rock. But she has a past that she wants to keep closed. Can she be safe in Sullivan’s Crossing? Or will she have to keep running?
Another love story set in Colorado is never a bad thing. And this one had quite a bit of suspense and mystery to it. The layers keep pulling back on Cal’s family, especially his siblings. It makes me wonder if the future installments will be based on the other two siblings. It’s been fun to meet his family and learn more about them. This book was not as difficult to follow on the viewpoint transitions as the first book. However, there was still some sex scenes and language. I still recommend this book for mature readers.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher. The views and opinions expressed within are my own.