Book Reviews of Last Bridge Home (Sedikhan) (Loveswept, No 187)

Last Bridge Home (Sedikhan) (Loveswept, No 187)
Last Bridge Home - Sedikhan - Loveswept, No 187
Author: Iris Johansen
ISBN-13: 9780553218145
ISBN-10: 055321814X
Publication Date: 4/1987
Pages: 186
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Bantam Books
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Last Bridge Home (Sedikhan) (Loveswept, No 187) on + 3389 more book reviews
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Beth is comfortable with what life has delt her. There has been the pain of loss, but the joy of love. Suddenly her life is forever changed by the arrival of Jon. A mysterious stranger who seems to know more about who she is, than she does. A very sweet love story evolves. While not deep reading, and not completely believable "Last Bridge Home" is very enjoyable. Like a well worn sweatshirt on a cold day, "Last Bridge Home" will be re-read often, especially on days I need a light pick-me-up.
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Jon Sandell was no more like his cousin Mark than the sunset resembled the dawn, Elizabeth Ramsey knew but her beloved Mark was gone, and she didn't know whom to trust anymore. Jon told her stories she didn't want to believe, his gaze savagely possessive and mesmerizing in its intensity. But when he touched her, she echoed his own fierce need in her hunger to know his heart. Following him meant making a dangerous pact with destiny that could cost her all she cherished-would the love they couldn't deny bridge the chasm between her world and an uncertain future in his arms?
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an early Iris Johansen, in good shape for an
older book.
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From back cover:

Jon Sandell was no more like his cousin Mark than the sunset resembled the dawn, Elizabeth Ramsey knew--but her beloved Mark was gone, & she didn't know whom to trust anymore. Jon told her stories she didn't want to believe, his gaze savagely possessive & mesmerizing in its intensity. But when he tourched her, she echoed his own fierce need in the hunger to know his heart. Following him meant making a dangerous pact with destiny that could cost her all she cherished--would the love they couldn't deny bridge the chasm between her world and an uncertain future in his arms?
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Great Book, Wonderful Author.
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This is the wrong cover. It's showing Sweet Valley high, but this is an Iris johansen book.
reviewed Last Bridge Home (Sedikhan) (Loveswept, No 187) on
This is a book by Iris Johansen. for some reason the cover in the one I have does not match the one that came up when I was posting it.
Mine seems to be a newer version.