Thursday, May 4, 2017

The Secret Bridge

The Secret Bridge {Lamplighter Publishing Reviews}
This review is a little different for me....I got to enjoy a copy of The Secret Bridge written by Amy

Le Feuvre. It is part of The Lamplighter collection made available by Lamplighter Publishing. The

Lamplighter mission is to print books with an emphasis on biblical insights, character development,

artistic design, excellence and skilled craftsmanship. I was impressed that Lamplighter is committed

to instill moral values with each book, something hard to find in today's world.

The Secret Bridge {Lamplighter Publishing Reviews}

 When I received my copy of the book I had mixed feelings....too pretty to handle but excitement to

crack it open. This is a beautifully bound book of light aqua color faux leather and a shiny gold

emblem displays the title and authors name. When reading this book I had to remember it was written

in 1899 so punctuation, spelling and sentence structure were different than present day and

Lamplighter have chosen to present it in the original format. I loved it because it made me feel like I

was there as the story unfolded.

I am a sucker for a love story so once I began reading it was hard to stop and walk away. A young

woman, Bridget whose been sheltered most of her life is faced with the loss of her father. She has a

step uncle that has offered her to move with him in England, a strange new city for her. Upon her

arrival in England she learns of her uncle's passing sending her life into a spin. She's met a gentleman

of her trip to England and he becomes more than an acquaintance to Bridget but you'll have to read

this awesome book to find out where that goes.

Of course there are secrets hence the name The Secret Bridge. They weigh heavy on Bridget's heart

and head but we all know God works all out for those who believe in Him.

My opinion of the book? LOVED IT!!! Ready to read more books in the Lamplighter Collection and

I'm not a reader. So grab a copy of The Secret Bridge, something to drink and curl up in the chair and

get lost in this book.

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The Secret Bridge {Lamplighter Publishing Reviews}

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