Bridie's Bridge

Matthew Crawford is sure he can fly. As a boy, he was going to do it - he really was - but he waited too long. As an adult, instead of flying he drifts with the wind. Instead of doing, he delays. Instead of launching himself into love, he dreams. Then he meets Bridie, as grounded and as planted in the landscape as the ancient granite ley-line bridge she watches over. And Bridie has plans.... More

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  • Category: Fiction » Romance » General
  • Words: 54,800
  • Language: British English
  • ISBN: 9780995603035
About Stephen Mossop

Stephen Mossop was born in Lancashire, raised in Cornwall, and is now a full-time writer living in Devon. He is married to Brenda, has three grown-up children and beautiful, fourteen-year-old twin grand-daughters. His passion for writing and story-telling started early - as a teenager he edited and published 'Riff-Raff Poetry Magazine', and several of his poems have been published in major anthologies. Story-telling comes naturally to him - ask his kids, who are never quite sure if he's making things up....

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