- My rating: 4 out of 5 stars
- Genre: Romance Fiction
- Part of a Series: no
- Publication year: 2012
- Publisher: Howard Books
Molly Allen lives alone in Portland, Oregon, but she left her heart in
Tennessee with a man she adored in college, a man she forced herself to
walk away from five years ago.
Nashville-based guitarist Ryan Kelly can still hear the voice of the girl he can’t have but can never forget. Time only intensifies his memories of Molly—especially of the happy hours they shared at The Bridge.
For three decades, Charlie and Donna Barton have kept the historic Franklin, Tennessee, bookstore afloat. But after a catastrophic flood, the bank pulls their lease, leaving Charlie despondent at The Bridge’s demise. Driving through a blinding snowstorm, alone with his desperate thoughts, Charlie hits black ice and crashes.
Suddenly, in the face of tragedy, miracles—and second chances—begin to unfold for those whose lives have been touched by The Bridge.
Sometimes you need a feel-good story, you know? Kingsbury always knows how to bring about a happy ending kind of story. This is just what I needed during a rough week--a lovely Christmas story about romance and people helping people in times of need. A perfect read for a Sunday afternoon with a nice cup of tea in your favorite cozy reading spot.