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Bridge To Happiness

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 1, 2011

    Great read!

    I loved this book, which is very different from the authors' historical books. But I loved the story and the way she took us through a whole life and marriage. I felt like I really knew these people. I cried and laughed. I loved it. I will read this book again and again. Highly recommended.

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  • Posted February 17, 2011

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    This is an entertaining profound family drama

    In San Francisco March Randolph and Mike Cantrell meet and fall in love. They marry, raise a family of four, and create a successful business together as she encourages him to take a chance on his dreams in the Sierras. Their efforts lead to snowboarding becoming popular sport.

    Everything remains perfect even after three decades as a couple. Then in an instant, tragedy strikes with a wrong way driver. Traumatized and feeling all alone March can no longer look to the present or future for happiness; only the past gives her moments of joy though her friends and children had her strip her home of her beloved Mike. Yet she knows her loved ones have problems too as they need her to lead them back to living again, if she dares.

    This is an entertaining profound family drama starring a strong cast but anchored by the matriarch. The Cantrells were golden for over thirty years when the gold ended with death leaving a mother unable to move forward from their grief. Jill Barnett eloquently makes a strong case that life goes on for the grievers as the inevitable death of one generation is replaced with the renewal of a new generation.

    Harriet Klausner

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    Posted April 14, 2011

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