Friday, September 15, 2017

Bridges
by Maria Murnane

Publisher: Kindle Press
Pages: 194
Format: eARC
Buy the Book: Amazon

Goodreads:  It’s a piece of news Daphne never expected to hear: Her globe-trotting friend Skylar, who vowed never to get married, is engaged! Time to celebrate in Manhattan—Skylar’s treat, of course. After years scaling the corporate ladder, she can more than afford it. 

Daphne arrives in NYC with news of her own—the novel she’s finally finished appears to be going nowhere but the trash bin of every publishing house around. She’s devastated but plans to keep her disappointment under wraps, something that becomes trickier when she sees Skylar’s spectacular apartment. Could her life have been like this if she’d chosen a different path? 

What Daphne doesn’t know is she’s not the only one with a secret. Skylar and their friend KC are also holding something back, but what? As the trip unfolds, the truth about each woman emerges, along with tears. 

And laughter. And love. 


Kritters Thoughts:  The sequel to Wait for Rain and I completely recommend starting at the first book in this series because this book may not make complete sense without it.  

The three friends Daphne, Skylar and KC are reunited in this one as they celebrate the out of the blue engagement of Skylar so they head to Skylar's in New York City.  Of course when these girls reunite they egg each other on and its just fun.  

The thing that I didn't love in book one was the many times that Daphne was in her head and how distracting that was, that didn't happen in this book, which made me love this book SO much more!  I loved how the girls interacted in this book so much more, it seemed as though since this wasn't far after the reconnection in the first book they just seemed to bounce off each other so much better.  

This book is shorter in length and after meeting the characters in the first book, this one read so quickly.  I still say start with book one because there are things from that book that you need to know to better enjoy this one.


Rating: absolutely loved it and want a sequel


Ebook 2017 Challenge: 38 out of 50


Disclosure of Material Connection:  I received one copy of this book free of charge from the author.  I was not required to write a positive review in exchange for receipt of the book; rather, the opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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