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Romance | What We Find | Robyn Carr

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We’re delighted to sharing Laura’s thoughts today on tour for What We Find by Robyn Carr.

What We Find is book one of Robyn Carr’s new series, Sullivan’s Crossing. Great for fans of contemporary romance.

What We Find by Robyn Carr

Is leaving her life behind the only way for Maggie to find happiness – and love?

Neurosurgeon Maggie Sullivan knows she needs to slow down before she burns out completely, and the best way she can do that is by heading home to Sullivan’s Crossing.

Indulging in the simple way of life should be the perfect escape. But Maggie’s world is rocked and she must take responsibility for the Crossing.

When quiet and serious Cal Jones, offers to lend a hand, Maggie is suspicious of his motive. Though as Cal and Maggie spend more time together it gives Maggie hope for something brighter just on the horizon…

What We Find is published by Mills & Boon and is available in digital, paperback, hardcover and audiobook formats.


What We Find is a story in Robyn Carr’s new series, The Sullivan Crossing series. A romantic story set in Denver based on two main characters; neurosurgeon, Maggie Sullivan and mysterious Cal Jones.

Taking a break from her stressful life, Maggie returns to Sullivan’s Crossing. She meets Cal Jones, who is preparing for a trek. As they spend time together they realise they have more in common than they first thought.

There is some action in this story however, I found some sections slow.

I did enjoy the setting. It seemed a great place to escape to.

Great for fans of the Virgin River and Thunder Point series.

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Robyn Carr

Robyn Carr was a young mother of two in the mid-1970s when she started writing fiction, an Air Force wife, educated as a nurse, whose husband’s frequent assignment changes made it difficult for her to work in her profession. Little did the aspiring novelist know then, as she wrote with babies on her lap, that she would become one of the world’s most popular authors of romance and women’s fiction, that 11 of her novels would earn the #1 berth on the New York Times bestselling books list.

In the eight years since Robyn’s A Virgin River Christmas scored her first New York Times success in 2008, the Las Vegas author’s novels have spent 231 weeks on that prestigious list. Amazingly, sales of her books in digital and print have risen with each successive novel. Her 20-book Virgin River series alone has netted more than 13 million copies. That series’ sixteenth title, Bring Me Home for Christmas, scored the #1 slot not only on the New York Times list but on two others as well—Publishers Weekly and Barnes and Noble.

As a sign of the significant contributions Robyn has made to the genre, the Romance Writers of America, the trade association representing 10,200 members who write romance and live in 35 countries, has announced Robyn as the winner of the 2016 Nora Roberts Lifetime Achievement Award.

Robyn and her now-retired husband enjoy traveling, often taking research trips together. Their children are grown—her son is an Army surgeon; her daughter, a police detective/hostage negotiator. Robyn says that, in addition to reading her novels and making snide remarks about how she’s used family scenarios to her advantage, they have made her a happy grandmother.

Connect with Robyn Carr


Twitter @RCarrWriter



Don’t forget to check out the other hosts on tour.

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If (like me!) you’re a fan of streaming romance series and don’t already know, watch out for Virgin River on Netflix. Netflix have ordered 10 episodes with production starting later this year. Exciting!

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I've been blogging about my interests at Jera's Jamboree for 8+ years. My love of reading, crocheting and being out in nature are all things that help me unwind from my role as an Inclusion Lead in a primary school. I'm passionate about early help and sharing strategies with families to empower and help build resilience. I'm a member of of my Local Authority's Early Help Operational Board, working alongside other professionals to instigate change and growth.

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