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Any Day Now

(Sullivan's Crossing #2)

4.17  ·  Rating details ·  9,766 ratings  ·  774 reviews
The highly anticipated sequel to #1 New York Times bestselling author Robyn Carr's What We Find transports readers back to Sullivan's Crossing. The rustic campground at the crossroads of the Colorado and Continental Divide trails welcomes everyone—whether you're looking for a relaxing weekend getaway or a whole new lease on life. It's a wonderful place where good people fa ...more
Hardcover, 333 pages
Published April 18th 2017 by MIRA
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Nona Yes, but if you read the first book first, you will get more background into the area. The people also carry on through the stories.

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Diana | Book of Secrets
4.5 Stars → Robyn Carr has such a gift for creating small town communities that I would LOVE to live in. Sullivan's Crossing, Colorado, is my current favorite!

ANY DAY NOW is the second installment in the series, with Cal's younger sister Sierra coming to town to visit. Sierra is the survivor of a troubled past, though every day can still be a struggle. Cal's father-in-law Sully owns a secluded mountain campground, and it's just the place for Sierra to regain her footing. I adored the bond that f

Sierra Jones has had a pretty troubled life and is now ready to pursue a more productive path. She decides to visit her brother, Cal, in Sullivan's Crossing and what began as a short stopover turns out to be an indefinite stay.

This was a very compelling story as we followed Sierra's journey to sustained sobriety. I learned so much about the realities experienced by those recovering from addictions, things we take for granted but are serious triggers for the addict. She was a pretty woman with a
Apr 21, 2017 rated it really liked it
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Sierra has come to Sullivan’s Crossing, Colorado to be near her brother Cal and his new wife, Maggie (the couple from the previous book). Sierra has been sober for nine months and is looking for a fresh start somewhere new, somewhere to escape the danger trailing her, as well. That danger is pretty scary once you find out the details! Knowing she’ll get support from Cal if she needs it makes the place all the more attractive. What Sierra doesn’t count on is making friends, and finding love. Yet, ...more
Nov 23, 2016 rated it it was amazing
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Any Day Now

Robyn Carr

Received from Netgalley

ANY DAY NOW is the second book in the Sullivan's Crossing series. Sierra Jones is running from her past and decides to visit her brother Cal. She used to be a wild child but after successfully completing rehab, she is looking to begin her new life in Colorado. She is also running and hiding from a stalker who put her in a very bad situation. You can read ANY DAY NOW as a stand alone but why would you want to do that and miss out on the story of Cal and
4.5 stars.
Any Day Now by Robyn Carr is #2 in her Sullivan's Crossing series. It could be read as a stand alone, however why miss out on the first one and the great story of Cal and Maggie?

I thoroughly enjoyed the story of Sierra, sister of Cal. She has had a very rough road to hoe, but when faced with very severe challenges those with power and strength show what they are made of. Not necessarily that Sierra would see herself as a strong kickass kinda gal, but she does have inner strength, and
Maureen ~Bitch Can Write A Book

I'm sad. I'm done. I don't want this to be done. I want to stay in Sullivan's Crossing. Please...

I intentionally took my time to read this, I was lucky enough to get an advance copy. I stalled, dilly dallied but damn it, I'm done. And this may be my all time favorite AND not much tops my Jack. (Those fans of Robyn Carr's will understand)

AND true...there isn't a book by this author that I didn't love. But there are some that reach right in and touch you to your very heart & soul.

As I have
Mar 07, 2017 rated it really liked it
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Received from the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Sierra Jones has come to Sullivan's Crossing in an attempt to hide out and leave her past troubles behind her. She is given the opportunity to re-connect with her older brother, Cal and meet his wife Maggie. She is hoping to get back on her feet while maintaining her sobriety. She quickly makes friends with those in town and becomes close friends with Sully (Maggie's father) who takes her under his wing and gives her good
Aug 21, 2019 rated it liked it
I do like all of these Sullivan’s Crossing book series. However, this one, not as much as the others. I’m not sure why because we have the majestic mountains of Colorado and Sullivan’s Crossing and the whole host of characters from #3. There’s always a romance, and this time it’s between a hunk of a firefighter Connie (Conrad) who has baggage and issues (of course, who doesn’t?) and Sierra, sister of Cal, comes to Sullivan’s Crossing to evade her demons and see her long looked up to brother, who ...more
Jan 10, 2017 rated it really liked it
Sierra Jones is a recovering addict, who chooses to spend time close to her brother and his new wife. She wants to make it on her own but sometimes you have to learn to lean on others even if it’s a crutch you were trying to overcome.

Sierra finds herself offered a home by Sully the owner of the Crossing. Not only does he give her a home but advice that Sierra desperately needs.

When her past catches up to her, Sierra really must rely on her new-found friends and the building trust in others to o
Kris - My Novelesque Life
Apr 26, 2017 rated it really liked it
(I received an ARC from the EDELWEISS)



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Sierra Jones, Cal's youngest sister, has come to Colorado to be closer to him and his new wife, Maggie. She needs some time and space to heal from her trouble past and take it one day at a time. In her short time at Sullivan's Crossing, she has made a new friend out of Sully, has a new sponsor, Moody, a job at a diner and a dog as shaky as her. Then she meets firefighter, Connie who takes her breath away. Both have
Apr 17, 2017 rated it did not like it
Ever since the Virgin River series ended, I have been trying to find another series from this author that I could fall in love with just as much. I thought that this series would be it but sadly it was not. The location is great. It is what drew me to this book. Any mention of Colorado and I have to check the book out. I actually could see this series being one that I might like but the issue was that I had no interest in any of the characters or their stories. In turn, this caused the story to ...more
May 07, 2017 rated it liked it
All in all a good book by Ms. Carr, but that was a given. I am a fan of the Virgin River series and that book felt a lot like the next instalment . That said I had a couple of issues with it: First the romance was ok but it was way to fast moving for my likening. One minute they are friends the next they are (spoilers) going to get married. That was a bit unbelivable especialy after what Sierra went through.
The second thing is a small one. Over the second part of the book there was a plot line a
Oct 19, 2018 rated it it was ok
2 Stars! Booooring!

What a disappointment. The story was all over the place, it felt like the author couldn't get a grasp on the story she was trying to tell. Sierra and Conrad's relationship felt awkward and they had zero chemistry. I seem to recall I had a similar experience with the first book in her Thunder Point series, The Wanderer, another book where the author touched on too many issues and never really developed a good plot.

Catching up with Cal, Maggie and Sully was the highlight of thi
Apr 15, 2017 rated it really liked it
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Any Day Now is the second installment of Sullivan's Crossing and its a story of Cal's sister, Sierra Jones. I haven't read the first book, which is Cal's book, but after reading this book I want to read and know his story for sure.

Sierra Jones has come to Sullivan's Crossing to stay and get reconnected with her brother Cal and meet his wife Maggie, also to run away from her past problems but little did she know that it would become her home. She is very determined to be independent by not leanin
Mar 09, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
After a life of bad luck and struggles, Sierra Jones is now nine months sober and hoping to start over when visiting her brother and his wife. But wildlife and the nice people she meet there will convince her to stay. But as the reader will learn, there's more than making peace with her former addiction to alcohol that is haunting the heroine and unfortunately, she's not out of the woods yet. But at least she can count on her new friend; Sully, the senior she help at the campground, Molly, the d ...more
Pam Nelson
Feb 11, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Every time I start a Robyn Carr book it’s like my sweet spot. I know that no matter what I will enjoy where the story takes me. I get the warm fuzzies each and every time.

This was no different, I enjoyed Sierra’s struggle and how she might have started her journey for one reason she chooses how it was going to happen. And it just so happened to help her not hinder her. I really enjoyed the sister, brother relationship she has. It gave me a whole feel to her character.

Conrad was just an outstan
Kate Olson
Jan 07, 2019 rated it really liked it
I’m really enjoying this series!
Mar 24, 2017 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Fans of Small-Town Romance
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Robyn Carr’s new Sullivan’s Crossing series got off to a slightly shaky start for me with the release of the first book, What We Find, last year. I picked up Any Day Now with the hope that the author would shore up some of the weaknesses I’d detected in the first book and solidify this as a series that I would most definitely want to continue. While I did enjoy this book a bit more than the first one, I still saw some missed opportunities for deepening her character and r
Jackie Lane
Apr 01, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I was anxiously awaiting this second book in Robyn Car's Sullivan's Crossing and it did not disappoint.

Sierra Jones has decided it is time to make it on her own. She is a recovering addict with a shady past. She comes to Colorado to find herself and get her life back. She moves there to be close to her brother Cal, who she adored growing up. Cal is now married to Maggie and they are expecting their first child.

Sierra finds friends and lots of helpful advise in Sullivan's Crossing. She regains he
Feb 22, 2019 rated it really liked it
There's just something so authentic about a Robyn Carr romance. The characters are real with real problems and the solutions aren't over the top. Or unbelievable. I loved the addition of a secondary romance with Tom & Lola. They were so cute, and I liked them better than the main couple- in some ways.

And there was a dog!!! Two dogs!! How can you go wrong??
Feb 19, 2018 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
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Boring and repetitive.

Repetitive and boring.

"Tone" all over the place (I'm looking at you suspense thread!)

Syrupy ending and a bunch of small town contemporary filler. Blah.
Debbie Oliphant
Aug 08, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is the 2nd installment of the Sullivan's Crossing series. I truly savored every page as the story and the characters were so wonderful. I didn't want this to end.

Sierra is the youngest sister to Cal, who we met in the first installment, and who is married to Maggie. Sierra needs to feel safe and secure and decides an extended visit to the Crossing will be a good start for her to heal. Sierra is a recovering alcoholic and she is nearing her year anniversary for sobriety. She knows she has so
Rachel Brand
May 04, 2017 rated it really liked it
I wasn’t sure whether I should continue reviewing the Sullivan’s Crossing series, given that I wasn’t a massive fan of What We Find and that I already have far too many books on my to-read list for 2017. Still, I’ve loved many of Robyn Carr’s other books, and I was pretty intrigued by the glimpses we got of Cal’s family in the first book, so I decided to take my chance on Any Day Now.

My main issue with What We Find was that I found Maggie and Cal a little bland, and I was relieved to find that S
May 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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Robyn Carr has such a talent to handle such delicate, real-world problems with characters that are so believable with such a skillful hand. Excellent book!
Mar 08, 2017 rated it really liked it
Any Day Now is the second book in Robyn Carr’s Sullivan’s Crossing series, although it works perfectly fine as a standalone novel. I, personally, read it as a standalone novel, and whilst I now wish to go and read the first book in the series, the desire to read the first book is because I want to know more about the series and not because of a lack of understanding. Basically, my reasons for a desire to read book one, is because I fell in love with all of the characters, and I wish to know the ...more
Chris Conley
Apr 28, 2017 rated it it was amazing
There are few writers better than Robyn Carr at creating a community in which we all wished we lived. This second in the Sullivan's Crossing series has her doing it again. Sierra's story takes us more deeply into the lives of the folks who live around the Crossing. Once again, I am stuck waiting for the next book in a series! ...more
Jun 29, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
For Sierra Jones, Sullivan's Crossing is meant to be a brief stopover. She's put her troubled past behind her but the path forward isn't yet clear. A visit with her big brother Cal and his new bride, Maggie, seems to be the best option to help her get back on her feet.

Not wanting to burden or depend on anyone, Sierra is surprised to find the Crossing offers so much more than a place to rest her head. Cal and Maggie welcome her into their busy lives and she quickly finds herself bonding with Sul
Mar 03, 2018 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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To be able to pack up your life and leave is such a seductive notion that I enjoy it every time it’s framed in the right story. And yes, for me, Robyn Carr's books stand for pure escapism, and Any Day Now is that story, focusing on Sierra Jones, who after a life of partying and drinking too much, comes to her senses and joins her brother, Cal Jones (book 1 in Sullivan’s Crossing) in Colorado, to start over. Sierra is thirty and comes to terms with the bad choices she made in her previous life. W ...more
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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 str
This second in Carr's Sullivan's Crossing series takes readers (and listeners. Therese Plummer narrates most of Carr's books and she has a real feel for the characters and tone) back to the Colorado family campground, as What We Find's hero Cal's sister arrives. Sierra Jones has been sober for 9 months but she's come here to be with her beloved older brother and find safety--she hopes. What she finds is a fresh start, someone to love who vows to keep her safe forever, and a confrontation with a ...more
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Robyn Carr is a RITA® Award-winning, eleven-time #1 New York Times bestselling author of almost sixty novels, including the critically acclaimed Virgin River series. Robyn's new women's fiction novel A FAMILY AFFAIR is coming in April 2022. The fifth novel, THE FAMILY GATHERING, in her fan-favorite Sullivan's Crossing Series was released in Jan. 2020 and a Sullivan's Crossing TV series is in prod ...more

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