Two 4 The Money Media,

Katie Findlay, Wyatt Nash, Andrea Brooks, Matt Hamilton, Kazumi Evans, Jaime M. Callica, Alison Araya, Troy Mundle

Molly (Katie Findlay) and Ryan (Wyatt Nash) are new college students in Belmont and meet on the first day and become study buddies. Molly is the daughter of a widower, owner of a huge corporation in Seattle and he has planned her life out for her, but Molly and Ryan are growing closer, but Molly’s father is willing to do everything in his power to destroy their budding relationship. In a side story, The Bridge is bookstore that plays an important role in not only the lives of Molly and Ryan, but many other people as well.

This story started out slow and sort of lost me at the beginning. I tried watching it 3 or 4 times and only got through the first 20 minutes or so without setting it aside. Finally I got to watch it through, and I’m glad I did. It is slow getting started, but it’s a really good romance story. The characters are very well cast, and the story does get rolling and turns quite interesting as it rolls along. The very end of this Hallmark film may hold the key to why it seemed so slow developing. This film has a cliff-hanger ending with a short add at the end to next year (2016)’s Karen Kingsbury’s The Bridge 2. So now we’ll get to wait a year to find out how it all turns out, although I bet we all can guess. It’s just a matter of how they get there along the way. All in all, if you are in to classic Harlequin style romances, this is a heavy duty dose of romance, that’s for sure.

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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