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'76 Bridges: Finding Their Way (Volume 1)

by Natalie R Vice

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I liked this book. It made me think about my friends from school and my hometown. Jorja grew up in a small Ozarks mountain town where everyone knew everyone. Regina did most of her growing up all over the world as her father was in the military. Regina loved learning about places she lived in but she longed to stay put and have long term friends. Jorja on the other hand longed to get out and see the world. She loved reading and learning. Regina realized that his daughter needed to live in a place she could one day call her hometown so he retired from the military and moved his family back to his hometown in the Ozarks. From day one, Regina and Jorja had a connection and became inseparable. When it came time to graduate they were both moving in different directions. Fate would keep Regina home while Jorja entered the military academy. As their lives took different twists and turns they lost touch. Jorja always knowing Regina was in their hometown and Regina hearing about Jorja through her parents, but never finding time to connect. They both wondered after awhile if they would have anything in common anymore. Then one day they realize that they need to see if they can reconnect. Both women are nervous but they meet and that connection is still there. The story follows the life of each woman and how it has shaped who they are. It also shows the bond of true friendship and that it never dies. I am looking forward to book 2 due out in Dec. 2014. ( )
  WillowOne | Nov 4, 2014 |
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