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A Bridge to Love
By Charity Yates
Dec 1, 2004 - 4:37:00 PM
Kate has decided to go back to the world of architecture. She enjoyed it immensely before quitting to take care of her family and support her husband with his own architecture business. Kate glances and sees Randall Johnson standing across the room. Without realizing what she was doing, Kate not only rejoins the working force, but also delves into the dating world again. Randall makes Kate tingle with anticipation and also provides her with the excitement of being with a bad boy. Sensory overload causes Kate to leave reason behind and continue to play into Randall's willing hands.
Randall Johnson strove be so successful with one purpose in mind. He was taking back the life he felt he was cheated out of. But this woman and her two boys, seemed to be changing him. And when an almost tragedy happens and Kate calls on him for help, he swoops in to save the day, and falls into the motion without hesitation. This playboy seems to have found his match and has enjoyed every turn of the way.
Nancy Herkness has taken me into her story by writing the characters so vividly, they jump off the page and perform before the mind's eye. A BRIDGE TO LOVE is a beautiful story of loss, love, and the recreation of life. It gives an example that what tomorrow holds could be well worth the effort of getting out of bed and loving all over again.
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