Any Day Now (Sullivan's Crossing Series #2)

Any Day Now (Sullivan's Crossing Series #2)

by Robyn Carr

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ISBN-13: 9780778319917
Publisher: MIRA Books
Publication date: 04/18/2017
Series: Sullivan's Crossing Series , #2
Pages: 336
Sales rank: 574,485
Product dimensions: 6.20(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.50(d)

About the Author

Robyn Carr is a RITA® Award-winning, #1 New York Times bestselling author of more than forty novels, including the critically acclaimed Virgin River series. Robyn and her husband live in Las Vegas, Nevada. You can visit Robyn Carr’s website at www.RobynCarr.com.

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Any Day Now (Sullivan's Crossing Series #2) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Suspenseful and important storyline...Loved all the characters...good job on the AA aspect.hope there will be more Sullivan's crossing books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a great follow up to the first Sullivan's crossing novel. I can't wait for the next installment.
Anonymous 5 months ago
I really enjoyed the story line. I keep wanting to find out what was going to happen next. I loved the ending which I did not see coming and I am usually able to predict what is going to happen. I really was drawn in to Sierra’s character. The one thing that through me off was the characters of Tom and his lady friend. To me this kind of took away from the book and a reason I did not give it 5 stars. I also wasn’t sure the purpose of the character Neely. However, even with these two issues I would definitely recommend this book.
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Anonymous 8 months ago
I love the sullivans crossing series...I love the quotes between the chapters....keep them coming.. I'm getting ready to start the family gathering #3 of the series...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wonderful story of family interactions & mysteries & suspense & surprising humor, all set in beautiful mountain communities of Colorado.
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StevenW0 More than 1 year ago
Loved this second story about Sullivan's Crossing even more than the first one. I have read almost all of the Virgin River series and the Thunder Point series. I most say for me, this is Robyn's best book yet. The characters were wonderful including Molly. The pace was spot on and the parts about AA was great. Enjoy, I cannot recommend this book enough. Eagerly awaiting The Family Gathering coming in April.
KrittersRamblings More than 1 year ago
Check out the full review at Kritters Ramblings The second in the series set in a small town in Colorado and this book focuses on a sibling of the main character of the first book. Sierra has moved to town to escape a few things and she has decided that living close to her brother and his newly pregnant wife is the safest place she could be. I love series of books where we are in the same small town, but each book focuses on a different character. Usually in these circumstances I would say you can skip book one, but Cal and his story from book one definitely impacts this book, so start there before you read this one.
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thereadingchick More than 1 year ago
Finally, the second installment in Robyn Carr’s Sullivan’s Crossing series! This novel does have a romance plot but it was Sierra’s journey of sobriety and need to finally lay down roots, build relationships and a home, that rang true for me and struck an emotional chord. Robyn Carr builds great family relationships and Sierra’s relationship with her brother Cal strengthened and grew into a relationship that all readers would want to have with their siblings. Connie, Sierra’s love interest, had a previous relationship that ended poorly but didn’t spoil him for love. He knew almost immediately that there was something special about Sierra, and truly, Sierra doled out her issues to him a little at a time, which enabled him to see her strengths instead of those problems overshadowing her uniqueness. He was a rock, telling her that nothing she told him would scare him away. Who wouldn’t love that? The added plot of a possible stalker gave this novel a sense of urgency that sped up the slow pace of the relationship stories. I enjoyed the psychological thriller, but more so because it helped bring Sierra together with her brother and gave him the chance to stand by her and be that older brother that she needed to have in her youth. This series is becoming one of my favorites of Robyn Carr’s. Sullivan’s Crossing sounds like it’s an ideal place to “come to Jesus” with the difficulties of life and find love, but even more importantly to find yourself. I may need to take a trip!
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LynnB888 More than 1 year ago
A fun jaunt into a world of second chances looking for that elusive happily-ever-after! A great cast of characters gather round to support a lost soul who wants to change her life for the better. There is happiness and joy, sadness and pain and most of all, hope and love surrounding the plot. I enjoyed my trip to Sullivan's Crossing and would love to visit again! Sierra Jones spent too many years just getting by and making excuses for why life was the way it was before she came to make big changes for the better ... and mainly by happenstance. She's not sure where life is going to take her going forward, but she knows she's going to go into it steadier and stronger than ever before. Her first stop is a visit to Colorado to visit her big brother Cal and his new wife Maggie. She's just planning on passing through, but after a warm welcome from the newlyweds and hitting it off with Maggie's dad Sully who runs The Crossing campground, she decides to stick around for awhile. Setting down roots seems to be a work in progress as she starts to collect a few friends, inherit a wayward pup and baby step her way into a possible relationship with a hunky man. Just when she starts to let her guard down, her past rears it's ugly head and threatens to crumble her very existence once again!
MasonCanyon More than 1 year ago
The concept of a second chance always draws me into a story and author Robyn Carr has a great way of doing that. In this second installment in her Sullivan’s Crossing series, the author once again introduces characters that are realistic and likeable. She makes them seem like people you know down the street or wished lived down the street. They have traits, faults, and problems readers can relate to. The small community setting is another drawing card that makes ANY DAY NOW a delightful read. Through vivid descriptions and rich details, readers are drawn into Sullivan Crossing as it comes to life on the page. The interaction of the characters and the bonds of family and friends will stay with you long after you read the last line. A story of second chances that will make you believe. FTC Full Disclosure – A copy of this book was sent to me by the publisher. However, receiving the complimentary copy did not influence my review. The thoughts are completely my own and given honestly and freely.
BooksAndSpoons More than 1 year ago
What a great experience reading Any Day Now was! I enjoyed it immensely while it held my interest and it captivated my mind. I got to know the characters in-depth, in a special way that still mesmerizes me. Sierra Jones was a complex character, her life had been nothing but easy, yet she managed to hold a positive attitude. Through recovery and treatment, she had found herself, her strong soul and mind. She finally had a balance and peace in her thoughts, she had found her place, her people, her destiny. And I felt like I was right there with her, while she was learning, living, loving, and growing to be the best version of herself. I felt challenged and encouraged by her courage, spirit, and bravery she showed through the journey. There are some triggers in the story about rape and violence towards women, and while raw and real experiences to Sierra, the incidents are dealt with tender hands without unnecessary details. I admired the connection she made with such different kinds of people in town, and how she learned that her instincts were not that off after all when it came to people around her. Some of the town folks are introduced better than others, there is even a secondary romance budding on the side that takes fragile roots. Conrad Boyle was the perfect mate for Sierra. With his open mind, patience, affection, and attention he slowly but surely won her trust, her confidence, and friendship. By always being there for her, always willing to support her, listen to her, and wait for her when needed, he proved to Sierra that there was a new chance with life, the kind of chance she never dreamed of having again. Despite the slow tempo, or maybe because of it, Any Day Now was a true journey of finding yourself, learning to trust yourself again, starting new, and what all it entails. After everything Sierra had gone through with her life, making friends wasn't easy, not to mention something more than that. Yet she found her way, her own way, to make it happen, to built a new foundation, to be able to start from the scratch new again, with the wisdom of the past guiding to a better life, for the smoother, quieter waters. And while going through this journey to find herself, she doesn't only challenge the characters in the story grow, mature, and see their life in a new light, the story challenged me as a reader to rise to the occasion and widen my horizons. I loved watching her thrive and flourish, through the storms and temptations, and danger she faced. Any Day Now is an adventure of the mind and I recommend you to take it! ~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side
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BooksnKisses More than 1 year ago
NUMBER OF HEARTS: 4 Any Day Now was a great follow up book in Ms. Carr’s new Sullivan’s Crossing series. I really enjoyed book one What We Find and enjoyed Any Day Now just as much. I really enjoyed watching Sierra try to portray herself as this tough as nails and I don’t need anyone person. Only for her to find out that while yes she is stronger than she thought. And the idea of having people in her corner is really not that scary. I loved the dog saving scene. I loved that Sierra would risk herself to save such a sweet puppy. Connie and Sierra are get together. It was great to see how patient Connie was with her. Letting her realize what he knew all along. I can’t wait to see what is next for this series. Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book from Netgalley & Harlequin (US & Canada) in exchange for an honest review. This review is my own opinion and not a paid review.
Griperang72a More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book and this series is growing on me. Of course for me nothing will ever compare to Virgin River but this is a close second. This installment in this series has a few more emotions than the first one. It deals with issues of abuse and date rape. I am still not sure if I like Sierra or now. She is not a bad person but there is something about her that I just do not care for. Although I still love Maggie. I also liked to get to know Connie better and yes I do like him. One thing I did like about Sierra is that she was quick to protect Molly (a dog) - for me that means a lot. You do have to feel bad for Sierra and I found myself wanting the best for her and for good things to happen for her. The ending of this book was really good. I am looking forward to the next book in this series. I am looking forward to the next book in this series.
Candace-LoveyDoveyBooks More than 1 year ago
Robyn Carr is a mastermind when it comes to creating realistic, touching stories. Any Day Now is no exception as readers are introduced to a young woman who suffered a traumatic experience, but comes out on the other side stronger than ever. This is an inspiring romance for readers of Mariah Stewart and RaeAnne Thayne! Sierra Jones, the baby sister of Cal Jones from the previous Sullivan's Crossing novel, What We Find, has finally made the move to Colorado. She's struggling with her dark past but is determined to recover and remain positive about her future. What she doesn't expect to find is that Sullivan's Crossing is just what she needs to heal her soul. The air, the view and the people, especially a certain hunky firefighter, convince her that it is possible to have it all. I enjoyed Any Day Now for so many reasons, but the foremost is because of how real the characters are. Even the secondary characters like Tom Canaday and Lola, who get a little romantic page time, have a story that reflects the situation of single parents. The writing is vivid and humorous. When it comes to writing the scenes that are more intense and dark in nature, Carr follows up with lighter interactions and the antics of the cutest puppy in literature! Sierra is a well rounded character with a big heart and even bigger future. I love that she isn't perfect and hasn't always made the right choices, but still pushes toward redemption and happiness. The Sullivan's Crossing series will surely continue in the same vein and I'm excited to see whose story is next. *ARC provided in exchange for an honest review*
CharlotteLynnsReviews More than 1 year ago
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.