Author: Robyn Carr
Series: Sullivan’s Crossing #3
Publisher: Mira Books
Release Date: April 17, 2018
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewer: Jessica Higgins
More second chances occur in Sullivan’s Crossing for more than just one new couple!
Dakota Jones spent several years of his life as an army ranger. But one decision to protect his men by defying a direct order left him discharged trying to figure out what to do with his life. After a walkabout in Australia, he decides to head to Timberlake, Colorado to visit his brother Cal and meet his newborn niece. His sister Sierra has also decided to stay in Timberlake with her fiancée Connie. Shortly after arriving, he can understand why his family feels rooted her. He also starts to meet the local women and has two prospects almost immediately. Alyssa has a hair salon and Neely is a looker that comes on a little strong the first time he meets her. In both cases, he is just not that interested. He is interested in the bartender at a local bar and grille, but she is not interested in him. Sidney has had a bad divorce and doesn’t know if she can ever trust men again, but Dakota is persistent. However, the other women don’t like that they are not receiving his affection and he has picked up a stalker. Can Dakota show this young woman that he is truly enraptured by her? Or will someone beat him to the punch?
Of the Sullivan Crossing series, this book probably goes the deepest of any of the characters. Each main character is so real, flawed, and raw that they become alive instantly. Dakota and Sid’s past romances were really tough to stomach based on the loss that each had. Sierra and Connie’s predicament will likely make readers very emotional. All this combined made the story fly off the page. I couldn’t wait to get back to Sullivan’s Crossing after the last book as I was interested in what was going to happen to the final Jones sibling. I couldn’t be happier with the outcome. I would love to see this series continue with the family to see how the future plays out.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher. The views and opinions expressed within are my own.