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Devil's Bridge (Anglais) Broché – 1 janvier 2007

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Book by Greg Lilly

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Another Lilly Success 4 janvier 2015
Par Marketing Professor in Connecticut - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This Greg Lilly offering provides the backstory for Topher and Myra, both introduced in SCALPING THE RED ROCKS. Lovable Topher and Myra each have a set of problems which, alone, they seem unable to overcome. Together, however, they might just rally and prevail. Leaving behind Charlotte, NC, this gay/straight male/female Thelma and Louise run from a set of problems that too many people deal with. They eventually arrive in gorgeous Sedona, AZ, where they connect with a second woman (a lesbian reiki master). If you thought things were bad before, just wait, and get out your Kleenex. Death in the high desert might not be the worst that happens.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Escaping from dysfunctional relationships to be happy ... 17 juillet 2007
Par Bob Lind - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Topher is a gay man in his late 20's who is in a rather one-sided relationship with a self-involved handsome attorney. His best friend from college, Myra, is in an abusive marriage with Gil, a man she is growing increasingly afraid of. When Myra discussed her husband, Topher was quick to suggest that she leave him, while Myra gave Topher the same advice about his insensitive boyfriend. Neither one wanted to risk losing what they had (or liked to think they had) in order to find true happiness with someone else, which is a problem with many couples, gay or straight. Finally, after a particularly bad fight with Gil, Myra realizes that it is no longer just her self-esteem that is in danger, but her safety and possibly her life, and she decides to leave town and not let him know where she was going. Simultaneously, Topher comes to a similar realization that he wants to "start over" somewhere different, without having to deal with remnants of his last relationship, and also plans to leave town, so they decide to take off together. They leave North Carolina and head west, unsure where they will eventually end up, staying with mutual friends along the way. By the time they get to Sedona, Arizona, they think they just may have found a new place where they will both be happy, but Gil manages to find them, leading to a dramatic climax to the story.

Author Lilly gets extra points from me for spinning a classic "do what you need to do in order to be happy" story with likeable gay and straight characters. In my opinion, the story becomes a bit simplistic and easy to predict, once they are on the road, and that could have been done better. But it does make for an engaging and pleasant read. Four stars out of five.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Enchanting novel of suspense and adventure! 30 décembre 2014
Par S Fitz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Enchanting novel! A great friend always helps you to overcome fear and to persevere through adversity! Closing the last page of Devils Bridge, I will be opening the first page of under a Copper Moon. Greg's Lily is an incredible storyteller! Here's wishing that you find time to write more for our mind's eye's imagination!
Susan Fitzpatrick, Downingtown, PA
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Devil's Bridge bridges the gap between suspense and women's fiction 29 avril 2007
Par Rick R. Reed - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I had read--and been delighted with--Lilly's first effort, FINGERING THE FAMILY JEWELS, a deceptively cozy mystery that had a biting southern gothic undercurrent. I was surprised--and likewise delighted--with DEVIL'S BRIDGE, which, on the surface, seems like a solidly constructed Lifetime TV movie: a woman on the run from an abusive husband, and the friend who helps her...with secrets and man problems of his own. Lilly imbues his characters with such detail and humanity that one can't help but be pulled into the story. You really care about Topher and Myra and feel as though you're with them as they flee Myra's abusive husband and Topher's bad relationship choices. Lilly keeps the suspense factor high...and this is one book that's hard not to read from start to finish in one sitting. Highly recommended.
1.0 étoiles sur 5 Don't waste your money 9 novembre 2013
Par Tomi - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
The initial preview seemed promising, but as you continue reading you come to realize there is no story development. It's just a bunch of pages filled with jumbled sciences. I mad at myself for wasting money on this garbage.
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