Yancy Grey was little more than a kid when he went to prison for a robbery and five years later, when he’s free, he heads to a little town called Crossroads, Texas. He thinks he is worthless, but is taken in by a group of senior citizens and slowly finds his roots in town. SUNRISE CROSSING opens with him beginning work on an old house called the Gypsy House where he was born.
Yancy works alone every night restoring the place where he was born. When he hears a noise in the attic, he discovers a woman hiding there. He calls Tori Vilanie Rabbit because that’s what he thought was in the attic. She’s running from life and he’s afraid to step into living, but somehow they build a gentle kind of friendship that grows into love.
In SUNRISE CROSSING Yancy Grey restored an old memory of a farmhouse from my past with the help of a woman he found hiding in the barn. As the house came together so did a sweet love story of two people who’d always been alone.
SUNRISE CROSSING will pull you into the lives of characters that you’ll remember long after you’ve finished the story.
Return to peaceful Crossroads, Texas—where community comes first and love thrives in the unlikeliest places—with SUNRISE CROSSING, the fourth title in the six-book Ransom Canyon series by New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Jodi Thomas. The sweeping drama, and the story of a rugged hero and mysterious heroine set against the beautiful Texas landscape,
will delight fans of Western romance.
“Thomas (Rustler’s Moon) does an amazing job of creating and connecting multiple story lines. This tale will grab readers, who will fall in love with the main characters and be just as enamored of the others.
—Library Journal STARRED review for Lone Heart Pass