Under the 5th Street Bridge

Under the 5th Street Bridge

by Carla Rossi

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Overview

Last Easter, Trey Lawson returned from war with a combat injury and a long road to recovery. A year later, his life appears to be back on track, but he's not exactly where God wants him. He couldn't be. He's miserable.

Joy Cavanaugh has waited a year for Trey to snap out of it. Their once-serious relationship has all but disappeared since his return. She's convinced he still loves her, but why has he shut her out? He's made it clear he'd rather spend his time ministering to the homeless men under the 5th Street bridge than to allow her back into his life.

As they herald the holiest of all Christian celebrations, can Trey let God resurrect his life, or will Joy have to give him up forever?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156342419
Publisher: Carla Rossi
Publication date: 02/03/2019
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 70,845
File size: 292 KB

About the Author

Carla Rossi has written everything from Christmas Pageants and school newsletters, to poetry, stage plays, and Christian music. After another thousand pages of humorous essays about friends and family, she completed a novel. In 2004, she joined RWA and her local chapter, and set about the business of learning to write romance. When she’s not squirreled away in her office with her writing partner – a Main Coon cat – she’s at her desk as a school secretary or adding piano, bass and vocals to her church’s worship band. Carla has three grown children and lives north of Houston with her husband, the muse cat, and a slightly obsessive-compulsive Doberman Pinscher.

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Under the 5th Street Bridge 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
joytoday More than 1 year ago
This book was very enjoyable and demonstrated our ability to overcome fears. The author pulls on the readers emotions in a predictable but enjoyable way. This is trully the shortest of novellas and is a little disappointing in that way.
TammyK1 More than 1 year ago
A super-sweet short story!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago