The Best of Us (Signed Book) (Sullivan's Crossing Series #4)

The Best of Us (Signed Book) (Sullivan's Crossing Series #4)

by Robyn Carr

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ISBN-13: 9780778309116
Publisher: MIRA Books
Publication date: 01/08/2019
Series: Sullivan's Crossing Series , #4
Edition description: Signed Edition
Pages: 336
Sales rank: 538
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.30(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

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The Best of Us 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Anonymous 3 days ago
Enjoyed the book. Series is wonderful. Best to read in order.
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Anonymous 14 hours ago
What a wonderful read! I loved getting to know Leigh and Rob. Robyn Carr has another excellent story set in Sullivan's Crossing.
Anonymous 1 days ago
A Multi-Generational Delight. Robyn Carr's 4th novel in the Sullivan's Crossing series is the best one yet. The Best of Us twines three romances. - Dr. Leigh Culver and widower, Rob Shandon are mature adults. Rob's son, Finn, and his girlfriend, Maia, are high-school seniors, and (my personal favorite. Guess why?) Leigh's Aunt Helen and Sully are chronologically-gifted adults. The stories are woven into the life of Sullivan’s Crossing, a small town in Colorado near the Continental Divide. The three romances kept me reading long past my bedtime. I love a story that's too good to put down. Robyn's work is like a banquet. So many flavors and different stories meld together into a feast for my heart.
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Anonymous 2 days ago
I love reading books that are in a series.
Anonymous 2 days ago
I enjoy all of Robin’s. Couldn’t put it down!
CharlotteLynnsReviews 2 days ago
I devoured this book. I started it at Christmas time and I read it almost straight through. I couldn’t stop, I couldn’t put it down, and I just had to know that everyone ended up happy. I was invested in the characters relationships, I wanted to be part of their loving family, and I needed to know what was going to happen with them. While this is Leigh and Rob’s story I loved that it was Sully’s story also. Sully was in need to his happy ever after and this was written perfectly for him. I love his wit, his sense of who he is, and the fact that he didn’t let the Helen sway him from what he wanted, which was her. He knew that he was older and that his life was slowing down but he was willing to do whatever it took to keep her happy and with him. Rob and Leigh’s story is a hot, slow-moving romancing. The heat is scorching but they take the relationship part slowly. Neither is ready for marriage but they both realize that they have to commit to each other to make it work for them. While they are in different places in life together they are perfect. Rob balances out Leigh’s need for control and Leigh gives Rob some fun that he much needed after raising his two boys alone. The Best of Us is the perfect, loving romance story. The characters have real relationships with family and friends.
Fredreeca2001 4 days ago
Leigh has moved to Timberlake, Colorado to get away from the rat race of a Chicago ER. She has set up a small town practice and has settled in nicely. When love finally finds her, she is not as ready as she thinks! Leigh is a hard working doctor and she has no intentions of getting involved in relationship. She has been burned before and she is just NOT INTERESTED. But life has a way of changing on you. She meets Rob. Leigh fights this relationship but their connection is just too strong. And to be honest…he is the perfect guy for her. These two (of course) make it work and make it work well! I have read some serious books lately. I needed a good “fluff” book, or as some people call them “palate cleanser” books. Robyn Carr is one of my favorite go to authors for “fluff”. I have been a huge fan of Robyn Carr for years. She always creates the best characters inside some of the best towns. My favorite character in this book is Sully. Sully and Leigh’s Aunt Helen end up together. There could not be a more perfect pair on this earth than these two. I hope the next Sullivan’s Crossing book includes these two! I received this novel from Harlequin-Mira via Netgalley for a honest review.
Sailon 5 days ago
Sullivan finally get to find love as well as a few others during this heart-warming addition. Carr created a tale of friends, family and love that will put a smile on your face and warm you better than a cup of hot chocolate with whipped cream. Not only do we have Leigh’s and Rob’s fun and sweet with a slow progression that lent to a strong and genuine love story. But we also got to see the book’s name sake, Sullivan finally find the perfect woman for him. If you love a strong, tender romance with genuine, heart-felt relationships (and I’m not just talking about love) then The Best of Us is a wonderful pick. I received this ARC copy of The Best of Us from HARLEQUIN - MIRA (U.S. and Canada). This is my honest and voluntary review.
MugsyMae 8 days ago
The characters in The Best of Us are so believable and relatable, I felt like I've know them for a long time. The setting is a small Colorado town where everybody knows everybody's business and the people are kind hearted and supporting. The scenery described is beautiful - I could almost smell the fresh mountain air! Of course there's romance and drama on a multigenerational scale. This story is part of the Sullivan's Crossing series, but can definitely be read as a stand alone. I have enjoyed all of the Robyn Carr stories I've read, and this one is no exception. I need to catch up on the Sullivan's Crossing series!
Candace-LoveyDoveyBooks 8 days ago
I am so happy to be back in Sullivan's Crossing! Robyn Carr's series grabbed me in Any Day Now and I can't stop myself from visiting the idyllic town. The Best of Us introduces the town's new resident, Leigh Culver, who has fallen in love with the people and her fulfilling role practicing medicine in a small community. Leigh convinces her Aunt Helen, who raised her after the death of her young mother, to visit and escape the Chicago winter. Aunt Helen's arrival sparks the beginning of a new chapter in their lives and the changes they face could make or break their relationship. Rob Shandon, introduced in The Family Gathering, never thought he'd ever consider marriage after the death of his wife nine years ago. But his whirlwind relationship with Leigh takes a complicated turn and he has to rethink the next phase of his life. I love how this story has drama from every angle of the story. From Helen and Sully to Finn and Maia, there is something extra to pull you into the lives of these ordinary people with big hearts. I thought it was interesting that two characters experienced life-changing events, but only one of them was life-threatening and actually made me wish that it was the focus of the novel, or maybe in a novel on its own. It didn't seem balanced to me, but in terms of upping the stakes and keeping reader interest that side drama did its job. The Best of Us is a feel-good story that focuses on more than just romantic relationships. Helen and Leigh have more of a mother-daughter relationship that goes through it's ups and downs and is definitely far from perfect. I loved seeing them overcome misunderstandings and arguments and work towards building their separate lives while remaining close to each other. Don't miss this exciting entry into the Sullivan's Crossing series! It's perfect for fans of Mariah Stewart and RaeAnne Thayne! *ARC provided in consideration for review*
KelsieAL 8 days ago
The Best of Us by Robyn Carr is the fourth novel in her Sullivan’s Crossing series. I have not read the previous books in the series, but this one works well as a standalone. The novel is set in the small town of Timberlake, Colorado, home of the infamous Sullivan’s Crossing. This installment of the series highlights three budding romances. Dr. Leigh Culver has recently moved to Timberlake in order to head the town’s urgent care facility. In the course of her duties, she meets widower and local pub owner, Rob Shandon, and they soon find themselves in the midst of an unexpected passionate entanglement. Rob’s son, 18-year old Finn, has found love for the first time with his girlfriend, Maia. The young couple is tested, but show both strength and grace in the face of adversity. 62-year old Helen Culver raised Leigh as her own after the death of her sister, Leigh’s mother. She is a former teacher turned mystery novelist. Helen meets 72-year old Sully, the owner of the campgrounds and trails at the aptly named, Sullivan’s Crossing. The two soon discover that love is always a possibility, even in your twilight years. Sully and Rob share their large extended families with the new women in their lives, to everyone’s enjoyment and benefit. The characters are like your favorite pair of slippers, warm and comfortable. The scenery is, of course, integral to the story. Nature, in all its glory, provides the backdrop for the trials and triumphs of an interesting cast of characters. I loved the inspirational quotes found throughout the novel. The Best of Us is a heart-warming novel about family, friends and overcoming obstacles, whether real or perceived. I rate it 5 out of 5 stars. I recommend this book to anyone looking for an easy, enjoyable read that’ll make you cry and laugh out loud. The Best of Us is are rare jewel. I can’t think of any group that wouldn’t enjoy it. My thanks to Harlequin - Mira and NetGalley for the opportunity to read an advance copy of this book. However, the opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine and mine alone.
PegGlover 8 days ago
4.5 stars The Best of Us is the fourth exciting book in Robyn Carr’s Sullivan Crossings Series. Dr. Leigh Culver left a busy Chicago ER to open up a small town clinic in Timberlake, Colorado. Leigh was content with her new, slower, uncomplicated life, until a certain widower, Rob Shandon, charmed his way into her heart. Although Leigh was happier than she’d ever been before, the fear of being dumped for another woman, nagged at her. Leigh had already experienced, that painful humiliation, and had no intention, of enduring that again. Sixty-two-year-old Helen Culver waited until Leigh was well established, before becoming a full-time writer. And, although Helen never regretted sacrificing the prime of her life to raise her sister’s child, she was disappointed, when her niece, expected even more from her, than she’d already given. Helen never thought that she’d leave Leigh when she was in need. But sometimes the most loving thing to do was to let go; even though it hurt. Helen loved to travel, but to her surprise, her favorite place to be, was on a Chicago campground store porch, with her friend. Helen’s plan had always been, to spend her winters in a warm climate, but it was in the Colorado mountains, where Helen instead, found love, happiness, and so much more. The Best of Us is a compelling story about love, sacrifice, facing fears and living life. Thank you, Harlequin and NetGalley, for my advanced review copy.
Anonymous 8 days ago
Robyn Carr has written many novels over several series; fans of hers will know that she has written the Virgin River, Thunder Point and Grace Valley books. Her latest series takes place in Sullivan's Crossing. The Best of Us is novel number four. Old characters reappear but, if you have not read the other titles, this can be read as a stand alone. Love grows across three generations in this story. The teen pair are challenged by a threatening medical diagnosis; the couple in their thirties face an unplanned pregnancy and the couple in their sixties show that love can happen at any age. Setting is also important in this novel. Sullivan's Crossing is that small town that people think of when they imagine small town life as idyllic. There is a beautiful setting near the mountains, kind people and a strong sense of community. Long term fans of Roby Carr will most definitely welcome her latest book.