30 March 2019

Across the Bridge | Book Review


When Marcella Seppa meets her new tenant, widower Drew Smith, a spark ignites, but she won't consider dating him. She doesn't want his son, AJ, to experience the hurt she felt when her dad remarried shortly after her mom died. Her faith unraveled, and she threw herself into exercise and gardening instead of forming trusting relationships.

When Drew finds out he may not be AJ's biological father, his first instinct is to leave Copper Island, but he wants to find out the truth. He seeks out Marcella's support.

Is it possible their friendship could become more? But how would that affect AJ? Could love help make peace with the past?

Publisher: The Christmas Tree House
Release Date: November 4, 2018



Take a trip to the northern parts of Michigan, settling into the fascinating beauty of Copper Island with Kristin Neva’s Across the Bridge.

Marcella Seppa’s new tenant, Drew Smith, sparks interest and attraction, but also the recollection of past hurts. Of course, Drew has his own troubles to sort through with his son, AJ. Their story pushes them to struggle through their individual issues, coupled with grief and sorrow, toward healing, forgiveness, faith, and love, and the growth they experience is inspiring.

With an interesting cast of characters, Neva writes a thought-provoking story. It continues her Copper Island series, but stands well enough on its own, making it an entertaining read for the interested reader.


I received a complimentary copy of this book and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.

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