Mitchell lived alone with his daughter since his wife died, and he had a difficult time making ends meet, keeping her entertained, and trying to not think about love since he still grieved for his wife.
One day as Mitchell was removing the padlocks, he saw a woman falling over the edge of the railing. He jumped in after her and rescued her.
Of course he didn't like the attention he received from his rescue, but he did keep thinking about this girl. His only regret was that he never got her name.
We follow Mitchell as he looks for this woman and finds out that her sister is his daughter’s music teacher and that she had disappeared a year ago. He then becomes involved in the family’s search for Yvette. He also finds out that there are some secrets in this family.
Besides helping the family search for Yvette, Mitchell is pulled into a journalist's story about his heroics when the journalist asked readers to write to him. His involvement is to read the hundreds of handwritten letters that have made their way to her desk.
Ms. Patrick has written another heartwarming book with characters you will fall in love with and a story line that will keep you turning the pages.
I always enjoy Ms. Patrick's books because they are uplifting and sweet.
THE SECRETS OF LOVE STORY BRIDGE will warm your heart just as all of her books.
A truly enjoyable read. 5/5
This book was given to me by the publisher and BookBrowse in exchange for an honest review.
PHOTO CREDIT: SAM RALPH
Phaedra Patrick is the author of The Library of Lost and Found, Rise and Shine, Benedict Stone and The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper, which has been published in over twenty countries around the world.
She studied art and marketing, and has worked as a stained-glass artist, film festival organizer and communications manager.
An award-winning short story writer, she now writes full-time. She lives in Saddleworth, UK, with her husband and son.
THE SECRETS OF LOVE STORY BRIDGE
Author: Phaedra Patrick
Publication Date: April 28, 2020
Publisher: Park Row Books
Another book by Ms. Patrick you won’t want to miss.ReplyDelete
This sounds really sweet. Now I'm wondering if they do have to remove all those locks because of the weight.ReplyDelete
All of her books are sweet.Delete
I do believe it does weigh the bridges down.
Thanks for commenting, Kathy.
Sounds very niceReplyDelete
It is a lovely read.Delete
Thanks for your comment, nassah.
I love this author! I must read this! Thanks for the review!ReplyDelete
I love her too. This one is sweet just like all of her books.Delete
ENJOY, and thanks for commenting, Reading Ladies Book Club.
This book sounds like a good one for these times. Something heartfelt and warm.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing.
It is a lovely read like all of her books.Delete
Thanks for commenting, Laurel.
Now on my library tbr... cheersReplyDelete
ENJOY when you read it, Carole, and thanks for your comment.Delete