There isn't much to say about this cute Christmassy little book.
If you love books and bookstores and Christmas, then you will love this book.
There is a deeper aspect to the romance mentioned at the Publisher's Description above. It is not only about a long-lost love. It is also about finding yourself and becoming the person you always wanted to become.
There is a second story, the story of the owners of the bookstore, who are going through a crisis in their business which quickly turns into a crisis in their very lives. I won't way exactly what their moral dilemma is, beacuse it would be a major spoiler for the book, but it touched me deeply. Maybe this specific subject doesn't touch everyone so close to home, but for me it was just what I needed.
These two stories come together with a greatly heart-warming plot, and a strong message about the true God of Christmas.
Now because this story is beautiful, the writing is excellent, and our world is in need of being reminded exactly what we are celebrating on Christmas,
this book would be the best bookish Christmas present I could receive this year.
I think it just might be the best bookish present you are craving too.
I liked this book so much I read it in one sitting! I liked how the author brought the past and the present together in this short but powerful book. This story reminds me of a Hallmark or Lifetime Christmas movie. Two people going different directions in their lives all because of a misunderstanding.
This story takes place around the flooding that happened in Nashville. There are actually four main characters and the story centers on their lives. The title of the book leads you to believe this story is about an actual bridge but it is not. The book takes place around a bookstore. The owners, Charlie and Donna, of the store are dealing with issues of rebuilding their lives after the devastating flood destroyed the business they had built. The long lost loves, Molly and Ryan, are at a point in their lives that meeting can only mean great changes to their current lives paths.
I gave this book 5/5 stars. I liked what an easy read this was, how well the author did at keeping it interesting and the great ending!
I would like to thank NetGalley and the publisher for the copy of this book I enjoyed reading. I gave an honest review based on my opinion of what I read.