Friday, April 17, 2015

Book Review: Bridge of Faith by Catherine West

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          Bridge Of Faith

From Amazon:

If only they believed in second chances. 
Julia Connelly is finally free from twelve long years in an abusive relationship. Now able to live the life she’s longed for, Julia takes her two children back home to Vermont, hoping for peace and healing. The last person she expects to see is the man she eloped with at eighteen—who then abandoned her two months into their marriage, with little explanation. 

When an assignment in the Middle East ends in tragedy, popular news correspondent, Reid Wallace, returns to his hometown seeking answers and peace of mind. 

Confronting his past was not in the plan. 

Now he’s asking different questions. Like why the only woman he’s ever really loved still mesmerizes him. Why the haunted expression she wears reaches right into his soul. 

And why her twelve year-old son looks just like him. 

They say you can’t go home again. Sometimes you don’t have a choice. 

My thoughts:

Bridge Of Faith is a captivating book that deals with many subjects, divorce, PTSD, sibling rivalry, spousal abuse, to just name a few.  With the many engaging characters in this book, there is someone in this story that we all can relate to. 

Catherine West with her skillful writing drew me into this book with her true to life situations and I read it every chance I got.  I wanted to know how this story was going to end but yet I wanted to make sure I savored every page.

While reading this book I felt the anger, fear, love, and forgiveness.   I also learned how sometimes it may take a lot of time to trust again.   The author let us know you can receive and give both forgiveness and trust when you learn to lean on God.  

I received a copy of this book from the author for a honest review.

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