#BookTour: The Christmas Bridge, by @douglaselyse @theseriousreadr

A First Love. A
Second Chance. 

A young widow travels to New York on business a
few days before Christmas. She has reluctantly made a date with a lover she
hasn’t seen in 20 years, and she is nervous and apprehensive. Twenty years
before, she made a difficult decision that has both troubled and haunted her
ever since. She knows she’s about to come face-to-face with her past and she’s
hoping for some redemption and resolution. She also wonders if she can somehow
pick up where she left off 20 years ago and start again. 
An exciting chance encounter changes everything.
Now, not only will she face the past with hope to rekindle an old romance, but
there is the possibility that this chance meeting will bring her love and
happiness she never thought possible. 

Once again, she will have to choose. She will have
to make the right decision. She will have to believe that Christmas miracles
can still happen. 


The Author
Elyse’s  Website / Twitter /  Facebook  / Goodreads Elyse Douglas is the pen name for the married writing team Elyse Parmentier and Douglas Pennington. Elyse grew up near the sea, roaming the beaches, reading and writing stories and poetry, receiving a Master’s Degree in English Literature from Columbia University.  She has enjoyed careers as an English teacher, an actress and a  speech-language pathologist.  She and her husband, Douglas Pennington, have completed five novels: The Astrologer’s Daughter, Christmas for Juliet, Wanting Rita, Christmas Ever After, The Christmas Town and The Christmas Diary.

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