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The Bridge Home by @stacey_wilk is a Christmas and Holiday Book Festival Pick

Title: The Bridge Home

Author: Stacey Wilk

Genre: Contemporary Women’s Fiction

Book Blurb:

Harley Kenyon has guarded a secret for eighteen years. Telling would only hurt her son, and Harley would do anything to protect Knox.

Colton Savage—the wild, impetuous rock star—is back in town to clean up a few of his messes. She could never resist his charms. His promises prove empty, and more than once, he’s left her for his seductive music career. But when the high school orchestra needs Colton’s skills, he promises to stick around. He’s not the man he was before and vows to spend his life proving it. Does she dare to believe him? Being with Colton means telling her secret.

Will Harley finally reveal what she knows and risk losing her second chance at happiness, or will she keep her secret and send away the only man she ever loved?


He parked alongside her dusty Durango and grabbed the box of pastries. He’d stay thirty minutes, or maybe an hour, but nothing more. He had to get on the road.

She stuck her head out the front door, rested her squinty gaze on him, then pushed her way onto the porch. Her eyes grew to the size of amps. She held a mug in one hand and waved a finger at him with the other.

“Oh no. Don’t even think about coming up this porch, Colton Savage. Turn yourself around and drive back to wherever it is you came from.”

“Come on, Harley. Don’t be like that. You can’t still be mad at me. I just came by to say hi. I brought your favorites from May’s.” He held up the pink box and flashed his photo-shoot smile.

She pressed her lips together and looked down at the porch before returning her gaze to him. “Well, since you stopped at May’s.” She glided down the steps and licked her parted lips. Her fingers played with the silver necklace catching the morning sun.

His heart changed rhythm as she approached.

She slid the box from his grip. “Would you like some coffee?” Her voice was soft.

“That’d be great.”

She turned her mug upside down and dumped tepid coffee on his head.

He jumped back, but he was too late. Coffee ran down his face, down his neck, and under his shirt. “Christ, woman, have you lost your mind?”

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Share a holiday family tradition:

We are an Interfaith family. Every night of Hanukkah we light candles and exchange gifts. Christmas morning would be incomplete without Eggnog French toast as the main attraction at breakfast. A holiday season doesn’t go by without a day of baking cookies from my grandfather’s recipes.

Why is your featured book perfect to get readers in the holiday mood:

The Bridge Home takes place between Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve. My heroine, Harley, believes in the hope of Christmas. This is the first year without her uncle, but her first love is back in town and promising things she’s only dreamed about. This year could be Harley’s magical year. Or not.


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Author Biography:

Stacey Wilk wrote her first novel in middle school to quiet the characters in her head. It was that or let them out to eat the cannolis, and she wasn't sharing her grandfather’s Italian pastries.

Many years later her life took an adventurous turn when she gave birth to two different kinds of characters. She often sits in awe of their abilities to roll their eyes, stay-up all hours of the night, and misplace everything. She does share the cannolis with them for fear of having her fingers bitten off.

Because of the extraordinary characters in her home, including a king who surfaces after dark and for coffee, she writes novels in multiple genres about family, home, and second chances.

When she’s not creating stories in make-believe places, she can be found hanging with the cast members of her house or teaching others how to make make-believe worlds of their own.

Stop by for a visit and make sure to bring some cannolis. Or her private Facebook group for her amazing readers – Stacey’s Novel Family Or her newsletter -

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19 Ara 2019

Thank you, Stacey, for participating in our Christmas and Holiday Book Festival. Happy Holidays!

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