Bridging Two Hearts by Michelle Ule
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A new massage therapist at the Hotel Del Coronado, Amy Cantrell is thrilled to work at the luxurious resort, knowing it could open the right doors for her future as a physical therapist. There's only one problem. The easiest way to get to the Del is over Coronado Bridge, and Amy is terrified of bridges.

Josh Murphy is a Navy SEAL—and he's not afraid of anything. When he finds Amy cowering on a bus seat praying her way across Coronado Bridge, his attempts to make light of the situation only make matters worse. Amy despises him, but Josh can't understand why Amy is so afraid of an inanimate object.

Despite reservations about getting involved because of his job, Josh sets out to help Amy overcome her fear…then confronts a surprising fear of his own.


About Michelle Ule

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Michelle Ule likes to write stories fashioned out of her life’s experiences and interests–historical research, military life, family issues, music and irony. She loves to laugh. A graduate of UCLA, Michelle married a career naval officer, traveled the world, raised four children and became a genealogist. Michelle has led Bible studies for 30 years and is a 25 year veteran of crisis pregnancy center ministries. She lives in northern California with her family.
Published May 1, 2013 by Barbour Books. 151 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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