J.W. hopes to make amends with his son now that there’s a new little granddaughter in the picture. But if Tess consents to rent the backyard garage apartment to J.W., hoping to be a bridge to reconcile father and son, sparks of a different kind are kindled. As their friendship grows, Tess and J.W. should discover if what they’ve together is worth rearranging their entire lives for. And whether they may be able to build bridges so as to mend broken relationships.
Bridges is quintessential Deborah Raney: small town charm, a gentle, compelling love story, and enchanting secondary characters.
~Tamera Alexander, bestselling creator of Colors of Truth