Sunrise Crossing (Ransom Canyon Series #4)

Sunrise Crossing (Ransom Canyon Series #4)

by Jodi Thomas

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ISBN-13: 9780373789306
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 08/30/2016
Series: Ransom Canyon Series , #4
Edition description: Original
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 275,962
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.60(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

New York Times bestselling author Jodi Thomas is a fifth-generation Texan who sets many of her stories in her home state, where her grandmother was born in a covered wagon. She is a certified marriage and family counselor, a Texas Tech graduate and writer-in-residence at West Texas A&M University. She lives with her husband in Amarillo, Texas.

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Sunrise Crossing (Ransom Canyon Series #4) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
gaele More than 1 year ago
Many characters and story arcs come to play in this book, and while it was nice to have several different couples in different stages of steam, I couldn’t help but be captivated by Yancy’s story. He’s a character with plenty of baggage, most due to his stint in prison. But he’s truly one of the good guys: reliable, honest, hard-working and completely unable to reconcile his past mistakes with thoughts of a happy ever after. But, things may just start to change for him. Tori is all the headline news of the moment. A ‘missing’ artist, her desperate moves away from her controlling family has led her to rely on Parker (a gallery owner) to make a change. When she’s ‘discovered’ hiding in a property that Yancy is checking on, the game could be up for her bid for freedom. Their attraction was solid – and Tori is a person who takes people at face value, a new experience for Yancy in meeting new people. He’s attracted, she’s attracted, but the fact that everyone is looking for Tori may put their connection and friend Parker in jeopardy. When you add in the two other romances that are developing (Parker and Clint as well as Fifth and Madison) there are plenty of hearts and flowers in this one. Jodi Thomas has managed to create characters that aren’t always instantly engaging, but they do grow, learn and find moments that ring true for readers. The intermingling of multiple romances in various stages of development and connection with the tension from both Tori’s escape and the return of Gabe to his hometown, adding several more questions and concerns to the story, you won’t be disappointed if you are a fan of this series. I received a copy of the title from the publisher via BookTrib for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.
judiOH More than 1 year ago
three stories taking place in the same small town. three troubled souls seeking peace and happiness. jodi thomas has a special knack for telling stories of lost souls finding their hea. loved these stories and can't wait for the next.
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BooksAndSpoons More than 1 year ago
Such an enjoyable story filled with life, love, friends, and neighbors, a little intrigue, and danger, some heartbreak, and sorrow, and lots of delightful characters in several parallel storylines. My heart was in the story, and at the end, it was filled with joy. I have been following the series from Crossroads, Texas, and even though this book continues with the loves and lives of the townfolks, it can easily be read as a standalone book, the author gives a great background information to the events before, without making it sound like repetition for those who have read the previous novels. Yancy has always been one of my favorite characters from the town, from the first moment he stepped out of the bus in the first book, I found his character compelling, his kindness and thoughtfulness admirable, him deserving all the goodness and happiness coming to his way. The different couples, the different storylines running parallel in the novel, are well built with details and fine points, so well plaited together, they fit seamlessly in-between the same covers. Each story unique, but with the same theme of finding love in the unexpected places and with people from very different walks of life. Yet finding the tune, the connection, the chemistry, and making it work, finding the compromises. There was laughter with the delectable dry humor the author drizzled into the tale, there were tears with the stories of the hard knocks of life, but mainly there was joy and jubilee of finding your place in this world, and tales of the sometimes awkward and amusing, but always thrilling and fascinating moments of falling in love and loving life. I loved how this tale was flowing off the pages, so well crafted, alluring and delicate, and somehow ageless, pulling me into the world of Crossroads, and holding me there, mesmerized, till the very end of the tale. ~ Five Spoons
AutumnRoses More than 1 year ago
Just got this on the nook last night and almost finished reading the book. It's a really good book and I hope Yancy get's his happy ever after. Most likely be finish with it tonight. Once I get started on the Ransom Canyon series I don't want to put it down. Shame we have to wait so long for the next one.
MyBookAddictionandMore More than 1 year ago
Sunrise Crossing by Jodi Thomas is Book 4, in her amazing "Ransom Canyon" series. But can be read as a stand alone. Although, I would suggest reading the other three in this amazing series, but definitely not needed to follow "Sunrise Crossing". Once again, Ms. Thomas returns her readers to Ransom Canyon, for another exciting visit to small town, USA, the people, and the goings on of a small town. Set in Crossroads, Texas. Where love thrives, the community works together, and looks after each other. Yancy Grey, an ex-con, who has served his time for petty theft, is set on re-building his life, and restoring an old house. He is the caretaker of a group of Senior Citizens. Parker Lacey, manages an art Gallery and is asked by her star artist for her help, off to the sleepy town of Crossroads to goes. Gabe Snow, a drifter for years, after a horrible incident in his hometown of Crossroads, returns to his hometown, but can he rebuild his life? In "Sunrise Crossing" readers will find more than one romance in the mix. In fact, there are at least three romances, interwoven into this story. Another heartwarming, and charming story from Ms. Thomas. The "Ransom Canyon" series, just keeps getting better and better, to me. The characters are well-developed, flawed and charming. They will capture your heart. The storyline is interesting, compelling, and exciting. Filled with endurance, finding acceptance, with the beauty and sweetness of small town romances. Readers are offered a glimpse into small town life, a community that cares for one another, redemption, healing, forgiveness, and the promise of an HEA. Once again, Ms. Thomas has written a tale with her usual aplomb. It is steady paced, with some very interesting characters, a few old ones and a few new ones added into the mix. Ms. Thomas has a way of pulling readers into her stories and capturing their hearts, as they hope with all their hearts for a HEA for the characters. Through the struggles, and challenges they manage to find love and romance. Masterfully written! Another hit for Ms. Thomas and her "Ransom Canyon" series, in my opinion. I can't wait for the next installment, "Wild Horse Springs", which will feature some very interesting characters and promises to be just as exciting as the others in this beautifully written series. Fans of small town romances, the life of communities, finding true love through the challenges of life, and sweet romances, which are heartwarming and profound, will definitely enjoy "Sunrise Crossing". You definitely don't want to miss this amazing series! Enjoyable and a very satisfying read! Received for an honest review. However, all opinions, insights, and thoughts are my own personal opinions. Rating: 4.5 Heat rating: Mild Reviewed by: AprilR, Courtesy of My Book Addiction and More
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The ending was too abrupt though....did Gabe find Jewell ann?