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Warning: The Good Parts Might Be Explicit

  • Sexual Tension
  • What We Find by Robyn Carr
Maggie hopes the twilight beer goes a little further.
  • I Want You
  • What We Find by Robyn Carr
Cal needs to come up with a statement and a plan.
  • Kiss
  • What We Find by Robyn Carr
Arrogant Cal can prove he's an outstanding kisser.
  • Hot Hot Hot
  • What We Find by Robyn Carr
Ready for love, a brief tease leads to…whoa!
  • It Might Be Love
  • What We Find by Robyn Carr
The strange duck is an amazing lover and comfy fit.

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  • Sexual Tension
  • Maggie hopes the twilight beer goes a little further.
  • I Want You
  • Cal needs to come up with a statement and a plan.
  • Kiss
  • Arrogant Cal can prove he's an outstanding kisser.
  • Hot Hot Hot
  • Ready for love, a brief tease leads to…whoa!
  • It Might Be Love
  • The strange duck is an amazing lover and comfy fit.

Publisher's Summary

Join Robyn Carr, number-one New York Times best-selling author of the Virgin River and Thunder Point series, as she explores the healing powers of rural Colorado in a brand-new story of fresh starts, budding relationships, and one woman's journey to finding the happiness she's long been missing.

Between the urban bustle of Denver and the high-stress environment of a career in neurosurgery, Maggie Sullivan has hit a wall. When an emergency high-risk procedure results in the death of a teenager, Maggie finds herself in the middle of a lawsuit - and experiencing levels of anxiety she's never faced before. She knows she needs to slow down before she burns out completely, and the best place she can think to do that is Sullivan's Crossing.

Named for Maggie's great-grandfather, the land and charming general store at the crossroads of the Colorado and the Continental Divide Trails have been passed down through the generations and now belong to Maggie's eccentric father, Sully. When she shows up unannounced, he welcomes her with open arms, and she relishes the opportunity to indulge in his simple way of life. But shortly after she arrives, Maggie's world is rocked once again, and she must take on more responsibility than she'd planned.

Though she's relieved a quiet and serious-looking hiker, Cal Jones, is willing to lend a hand, Maggie is suspicious of this mysterious man's eagerness to help - until she finds out the true reason for his deliberate isolation. Though Cal and Maggie both struggle with loss and loneliness, the time they spend together gives Maggie hope for something brighter just on the horizon...if only they can learn to find peace and healing - and perhaps love - with each other.

©2016 Robyn Carr (P)2016 Recorded Books

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I am a fan of Robyn Carr and, overall, I enjoyed this book. I have two main complaints. One, mud season in the Colorado Rockies does not begin in early March. It drove me crazy how off the weather was portrayed. I also found the ending so abrupt that I went back and listened to the final chapter before the epilogue to see if I had missed something. Nope.

22 of 23 people found this review helpful

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Well you left me hanging!!

As Ms Carr, is one of my very favorite authors,
I am now waiting for a sequel to "What We Find"!!! Where are Cal and Maggie going?

Hope it's soon because there is nothing more Robyn Carr for me to read....I've read it all!

I enjoy your writing, the characters, the emotions, and the constant of family, companionship, friendship, and love
at the heart of your novels.

And Therese Plummer brings your books to life like no other narrator!

You two make a wonderful team!

Thank you for the hours of entertainment and relaxation....

Sandy

22 of 23 people found this review helpful

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A bit too dark for me

I love Robyn Carr, but I found this book too full of suffering. It may be perhaps that I am feeling a bit down about life in general right now, but I need to have a story that is not quite so sad.

8 of 8 people found this review helpful

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  • Reba
  • Huntley, IL, United States
  • 04-18-16

I was wrong

The first chapter made me think right away, this was going to be just another Robyn Carr, girl is hurt, finds new boy and life is good. Well it kind of is, but as usual Robyn address several illnesses in this book that are very rarely written about. Yes, we have a brilliant, beautiful doctor and a mysterious man who is an attorney who fall in love. The story goes deeper than that however. Maggie, is under a lot of stress and Cal is trying to redefine himself after losing his wife to a rare disease. His childhood is very unusual so before Maggie and Cal can deepen their relationship there are things in their lives that need healing, and secrets shared. It is well worth your credit, even though I was a little skeptical in the first couple of chapters. Of course, Therese Plummer always delivers an outstanding performance.

42 of 46 people found this review helpful

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4 What We Find Stars

Soooo I am a huge Robyn Carr fan and I really enjoyed this book. I can’t say it’s my favorite but I will say it grabbed my attention from the beginning right to the end.

I found Maggie to be interesting but a little lost. And I really liked her dad and step dad. I think I just wanted her to make up her mind already instead of being in this limbo kind of place and that part for me dragged on just a little to long.

I will say Cal really had my drooling. I loved that he was a little mysterious and that he didn’t come out with his story right away made me like him all the more.

When these two find their way to each other is natural that it would happen that way and I really liked that. I think that is what I like best about Robyn’s work is that it flows so well and makes you root for the couple every single time not matter what.

Again I am a fan of the narration as always Therese does a fantastic job!

*You don't have to like my review but its 100% my opinion, and I am allowed to have it.*

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  • Terry
  • Waynesville, NC, United States
  • 07-08-16

Not up to Ms. Carr's Usual


This book was somewhat of a disappointment. I loved the Virgin River series and the continuity of all the characters' stories. I assumed that What We Find was the beginning of a new series. Cal and Maggie are an interesting couple but it stretches the imagination that a neurosurgeon and a successful criminal attorney can make a living in the wilds of Colorado. Also, the ending was rushed. That always leaves me lost at the end of a book. Doesn't make me want to continue either.

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dissappointed

I was very disappointed ...............Robyn Carr can do much better. she was trying too hard the story , the characters just didn't live up to what I'm use to hearing from my favorite author

7 of 9 people found this review helpful

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Therese Plummer is an outstanding narrator.

A great new series and a very enjoyable book. As always a great book is even more so when read by Therese

9 of 12 people found this review helpful

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Waste of time and credit.

The direction of the story is too predictable. Too slow and boring. The narrator sounded like she's singing. Too uninteresting type of voice.

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Sappy

Ugh! Nothing exciting here with the exception of the narrator, Therese Plummer, who is excellent as always! This is not the worst I've ever heard, not returnable bad, but sappy and boring. Nothing exciting happens, no great mysteries discovered or solved and it goes on way too long!

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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  • Ladybugfiona
  • 04-12-16

unfinished!!

i enjoyed it but wheres the ending ??? or the follow on to the next book it just stopped with him saying u have to know where i come from ... stupid stupid stupid so dissapointed .. i rewound it in case it had skipped nope its so so disappointing.