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Eric Wells recently moved back home to Bluestone River to become the school principal. He finally got his dream of buying a home but, he is afraid of being a father because of his painful childhood. When his high school crush, Amy Morgan returns home with her troubled daughter, Cassie, Eric finds himself drawn to them.
I was very torn when reading this novel, I felt like both characters were hung up about their past. I felt like the romance moved very fast and when they hit a snag, they were both quick to go on the offensive. I feel like they didn't communicate enough with each other. I also felt like Eric was being a hypocrite when it came to Amy and her daughter. He was quick to judge other people (and including Amy) for their actions. For example, he didn't like how one mother "rewarded" a child's bad behavior but, Eric did the same thing with Cassie. The novel wasn't a bad book but, it was filled with flawed characters that I couldn't connect with.
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A Bridge Home
(Back to Bluestone River #3)
By Virginia McCullough
Paperback & ebook, 384 Pages
August 1, 2020 by Harlequin Heartwarming
Will a new beginning…
Lead to forever?
What good is a home without a family? School principal Eric Wells finally has the house he’s always wanted, but a painful childhood makes him question his ability to be a father. So when his high school crush Amy Morgan returns to Bluestone River with her troubled daughter, he’s surprised to find he wants to be there for both of them. Will Amy finally give him a chance?
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About the Author
Virginia’s books feature characters who could be your neighbors and friends. They come in all ages and struggle with everyday life issues in small-town environments that almost always include water—oceans, lakes, or rivers. The mother of two grown children, you’ll find Virginia with her nose a book, walking on trails or her neighborhood street, or she may be packing her bag to take off for her next adventure. And she’s always working on another story about hope, healing, and second chances.
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Ends August 12, 2020