Monday, July 21, 2014
Review: The Bridge from Me to You
The Bridge from Me to You by Lisa Schroeder
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Colby’s father wants him to have his best football season so that he can get a scholarship for college. Colby has no problem going to college, but doesn’t want to play football. He wants to study how to design bridges. Lauren has a secret. She has left her family and is now living with her aunt and uncle in this small town. When Colby and Lauren meet, there is an instant spark. They want to trust each other, yet they have a pull toward their own priorities.
The Bridge from Me to You is a romance novel with something for male and female readers. The story is told in alternating chapters between Colby and Lauren. Colby’s football practices and college sport issues are enough to make the story complete, but not so much that this would be considered a sports book. The small town atmosphere with a priority on high school football is something that many teens and adults will have never experienced, yet the reader will enjoy the tale and yearn for Lauren and Colby to find a path to their dreams. I recommend this quick read to anyone who enjoys a realistic fiction escape.
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