A Bridge Unbroken Review

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I can’t express how much I love the Miller’s Creek series. It reminds me of when I soaking in all of Cedar Cove series from Debbie Macomber.

A Bridge Unbroken (A Miller’s Creek Novel) is the about a girl who has escaped an abusive relationship and comes back to Miller’s Creek. In turn she has to overcome past hurts. She also ends up working with someone who hadn’t forgiven her completely for something they did together many years ago.

This book covers many aspects of forgiveness. I felt convicted a lot throughout this book. I thought I had forgiven all those who have harmed me throughout my life, but this book made me realize I haven’t forgiven like God has forgiven me. Yes, there is a huge difference between the way I was forgiving and the way he has forgiven me for my sins.

I already knew how hard it was to forgive myself because I never really did. I found out that is just as dangerous to my well being and my relationship with God as not forgiving those who trespassed against me.

This book is not only a great romance, but it’s one of those books that gets your mind thinking in a positive manner. Plus it is filled with just enough suspense to make you want to dig into the next page with a vengeance. Yes, it does have some preachy moments in it, but it’s not overly empowering at all!

I do highly recommend this book as well as the entire series! This is the last book currently out for the series, but there is talk of another one coming out. I am eager to get my hands on it. I am confident you’ll be the same way once you start reading this series. Summer is coming up, and it’s the perfect time to sneak in some extra reading.

You eager to read this series yet??



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I'm Crystal. I'm married to Dale, and mother to Johnny.Some might say that my life is perfect because I get to do all the cliché wife things like cooking, cleaning, and decorating - but there's more! I also have many hobbies including needlework (crochet), sewing, and reading. My son's education is important, so we homeschool him together.

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