The Bridge: Unbroken Book Review ( @erikschubach ) from @kleffnotes

Evangeline Kane is the Troll of the Roebling Bridge and typically only contends with fae and other supernatural beings in her home city of Cincinnati. When something threatens the life of one of her closest friends, Evangeline must travel through the Under Veil and try and save her. The Bridge: Unbroken builds upon the universe of The Bridge series by focusing on the fae and their world outside of the bonds of Cincinnati.

When Felicia, a Woodland Imp who Evangeline often refers to as her little fox, is kidnapped by the Crimson Court her chosen family finds themselves pushed into a precarious position. The only way to save her from being destroyed in a way that no human can imagine is for them to challenge the person who has accused her of her crime beyond the Under Veil. While no human has ever been able to pass through before, Evangeline is chosen as her champion and will have to see if she can survive away from her bridge and within the world of the supernatural.

I really enjoyed this addition to The Bridge series. The expansion of the fae mythology was really interesting and having such a major plot for a character that has previously been more minor was a great writing tool that showed that the characters around Evangeline are far more complex than even she realizes. This was also an exceptionally fast read and provides Evangeline with some well done, but quickly tied in plot development herself, primarily in connection to her status within this magical world. You can find The Bridge: Unbroken on sale now!

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