What We Find

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What we Find marks the opening of another grand novel series by Robyn Carr. The name of this new series is Sullivan’s Crossing. The book would definitely pull audience into the beautiful storyline of the Sullivan family. The novel is hard to resist and will have you deeply involved with all the characters and will prompt you to hear more. The beautiful narration is possible with the efforts and stern tone of Therese Plummer.

The story is about Maggie Sullivan as the prime character. Maggie is a neurosurgeon and desperate to slow down with all the extreme pressure exerted over her. Sullivan Crossing is the only place where she could relieve all her accumulated stress and pressure. The place is right at the crossroads of the Continental Divide Trails and Colorado.

It was a fantastic opportunity for her and she completely relishes that in order to indulge herself in a very basic and simple lifestyle. But, things didn’t went well or just as they were thought. Maggie Sullivan world gets completely rocked. She is expected now to take full responsibility of the Crossing. Maggie gets extremely suspicious when Cal Jones came forward for the help. Though, both Maggie and Cal Jones struggle hard with the loneliness and loss, but their time spent with each other gave Maggie good hope for some really good things to come.

The Country Guesthouse and The View from Alameda Island are beautiful fictional novels by Robyn Carr. You will love them for their exquisite storyline and stunning romance. The novels are extremely tempting and will force you to hear more from the author.



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