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A short story of love mixed with tragic loss. Two people trapped in their own emotional despair while struggling to come to terms with the deaths of people that they couldn’t imagine living without. But when all hope is lost, only then can something truly special happen. 

Set in a small quaint village which has been made famous by the local bridge, Adam and Sarah, strangers until now, find they need to visit the bridge for very different reasons before they can finally let go. Will they be able to confront their fear, guilt, and regret? Can they finally put the ghosts of the past to rest, or will they need a little friendly help? 

Only then will they gain the knowledge that love never really dies. 

©2020 Raven Wolfe (P)2021 Raven Wolfe

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An enchanting and beautiful story

What a delight! A lovely story, which anyone who has endured loss can relate to. A bridge, three memorable characters and a mysterious girl from the past, all linked together through loss and love - and a black cat who is as much a character as the humans in the story. He acts as an 'observer' in his own feline way. The author never tries to 'humanise' him and he adds another dimension to the story which could probably have managed without him, but the story would not then have been so vivid and rich. This was a quick listen, with a satisfying conclusion promising the prospect of a 'happy ever after', and beautifully narrated. Adam and Sarah each learn something about themselves and about the person who meant so much to them, I really enjoyed this story. A sweet romantic tale with a hint of magic and the supernatural. It left me with a smile on my face and wishing it could have been a bit longer.
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  • 19-03-21

Engaging & heart warming

This is a very engaging book and heart warming story. The narration is quite captivating, keeping the story moving along and interesting. This book is good for someone who wants a tender story that flows smoothly and is easy to listen. Very enjoyable.

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  • Laura
  • 26-02-21

A Ghostly Love Story

This was my first experience with Raven Wolfe's work and it will not be my last. The tale was lovely, engrossing, and eerie. I enjoyed the story very much. Christopher Brissini's narration was just impeccable, his voice and tone a perfect match to the story. I requested this audio book from Audiobooks Unleashed and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • JH & DDDH
  • 23-02-21

Indugle Yourself

A very touching rendering of 3 tragic story-lines blending and twisting into a whimsical feel-good ending. At 2 hours, it is a wonderful afternoon listen in which you’ll be glad you indulged.