Finding Peace in Wishing Bridge by Ruth Logan Herne ~ Review


Jazz Monroe is settling down after her high profile career seriously threatened her life, she answers the call of one of her best friends which leads her to Wishing Bridge. Her life is settling down, and she's finally finding peace and making friends while working at a small town diner and restoring her new home.

But an unexpected attack has her questioning her safety and her new life.

This book picks up where the previous books left off, continuing to follow both Thea and Kelsey, along with many other beloved community members. Definitely a series that you would benefit from reading in order, as Jazz's story began in the background of the very first book in the series.

Heartwarming read that follows many community members, as well as Jazz's story which adds a touch of suspense. I love how all the of the stories intertwined, bringing people together, connecting them with faith. I loved Max, and Garrett, as well as how it continues the story of the brothers.

Overall, an enjoyable, and utterly fantastic read. I had read the previous book in the series, so when I saw the option to review this one, I jumped at the chance. There was a lot of things going on with multiple engaging storylines and continuing plots from the previous installments. Great depth, and inspiring message of faith. I didn't want to put it down and read it in nearly one sitting. Highly recommend the whole Wishing Bridge Series!

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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