Review: A Bridge Apart by Joey Jones

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 A Bridge Apart by Joey Jones–5 Stars!


Kindle version just $0.99 at time of posting.

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A Bridge Apart is a remarkable love story that tests the limits of trust and forgiveness…

In the quaint river town of New Bern, North Carolina, at 28 years of age the pieces of Andrew Callaway’s life are all falling into place. His real estate firm is flourishing and he’s engaged to be married in less than two weeks to a beautiful banker named Meredith Hastings. But when Meredith heads to Tampa, Florida – the wedding location – with her mother, fate, or maybe some human intervention, has it that Andrew happens upon Cooper McKay, the only other woman he’s ever loved.

A string of shocking emails lead Andrew to question whether he can trust his fiancé, and in the midst of trying to unravel the mystery he finds himself spending time with Cooper. When Meredith catches wind of what’s going on back at home, she’s forced to consider calling off the wedding, which ultimately draws Andrew closer to Cooper. Andrew soon discovers he’s making choices he might not be able, or even want, to untangle. As the story unfolds, the decisions that are made will drastically change the lives of everyone involved, and bind them closer together than they could have ever imagined.

I almost wish I hadn’t read this book.

I was lucky enough to win a copy of this book from a Goodreads contest. I went into it totally blind and I have to say I totally enjoyed myself. You can read, so I’m not going to recap this story for you, but I will say the writing and editing are well done. The characters believable as are their reactions to the things that happen to them. And the ending…I didn’t see it coming…but was totally satisfied. I can wholeheartedly recommend. I almost wish I hadn’t read it so I could experience it all again for the first time…it is that good.

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