Monday, April 4, 2011

The Bridge of Peace: A Review

Simagepring breaks abound around Indiana right now.  If you still have one dangling before your car keys in the near future, grab your next vacation read:  The Bridge of Peace: an Ada House Novel by Cindy Woodsmall. 

I do not have a spring break in my future . . . so I just went ahead and read the book.  It made me feel like I was lounging on the beach, or resting in front of a fire after a long day of skiing.

Lena Kauffman is my kind of girl – a teacher, feisty, and always on the look out to save (help) a struggling student.  However, all these great traits get this girl into trouble.  While trying to make a difference in her community, Lena’s life long friend, Grey Graber, is going through some extremely tough times, a rocky marriage that fails to be healed before his wife unexpectedly dies. 

Yet . . . it is these very circumstances that draw this couple together. 

Download a chapter to see if you want this on your wish list! 

And please . . . pretty please rank my review (it won’t take you to a new page).

I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.  You may purchase it on Amazon for approximately $10.16 (new).

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