Book Review: A Bridge to Forever

 


Raz


Left with a sense of guilt at his failure to protect his childhood friend, Raz has lost his way in the darkness that consumes him.
A chance meeting with another man allows him to regain some control of his life… Will he take it?
How could this affect his relationship with the one man who has always stood by him?

Ben

Faced with his own heartbreak, Ben struggles to continue supporting his boyfriend in the way he knows that Raz needs. He wants to move forward, pull away from the despair that has surrounded them for months and give them both time to heal and make a future together, but is that what Raz still wants?
A friend’s kidnapping and the loss of a family member has left Raz and Ben in immense pain, but with no physical wound to show for it. The size of the chasm between them has continued to grow as they attempt to live side by side but not together. How will they begin to build a bridge and heal the gaping wound between them?

Is it too late for these two lovers to reconnect and overcome the darkness that threatens to pull them apart forever?

A Bridge To Forever is a standalone steamy MM romance set in the Beyond the Tide world.
 


My Review

Wow, Raz and Ben's story is an angsty heartstory. You could feel the strong emotions these two shared with each other. There were a few moments that were tense that I hoped these two would pull through them together; luckily, they did. 

There was this one scene were Raz comes back to talk to Ben and he presses pause on the heart to heart talk in favor of physical connection. I could feel all of Raz and Ben's emotions in this intimate moment. It made me fall for them even more. 

I was so invested in these two that I could not stop reading. In fact, I finished this book in a few days it was that amazing. Readers of Beyond the Tide trilogy will love this book. New readers of N Dune or of M/M romances will want to pick up a copy of this book. A Bridge to Forever is a not to be missed read!


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Comments

Mystica said…
Thank you for an enthusiastic review.

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