Title: The Bridge of Silver Wings (More Heat Than the Sun #3)
Author Name & Publisher: John Wilshire (MLR Press)
Publication Date & Length: August 22, 2014 – 290 pgs
Ben discovers the truth of the old adage ‘be careful what you wish for’. Nikolas has exorcised his demons, but when they end up stranded in Russia, the monster inside needs to be let loose. Siberia in winter isn’t a place for good men. There is nothing Nikolas won’t do to keep Ben alive. Home again, Nikolas then faces an enemy he can’t defeat: Ben Rider himself. Discovering a new family, Ben realises he’s been living too long in the shadows cast by Nikolas’s all-consuming love. For the first time, life apart from Nikolas is possible. Is Nikolas strong enough to let Ben go?
This book was such a awesome addition to this series!
Warning this is a dark romance book and there are some parts of this book that may be hard some to read.
With this book we get more of Nikola and Ben as they closer to one another. Nikola must go to Russia and Ben wants to go with him.. Well lets just say after that this book went from really good to amazing!!!!
They encounter some very messed up men and lets just say Nikola must bring out the part himself he has thought he would never have to use again. These two men have to fight for their life in this book.
This author did a amazing job with this story and these characters in this book. We learn so much about Nikola and Ben in this book. You see how much Nikola cares for Ben and how much Ben cares for Nikola even though there at the end what Ben does with “not saying and giving away any spoilers” really irritated me and made me doubt Ben’s feelings for Nikola.
So all together I really loved this book!
I would recommend this book!
John spent twenty-two years in the military, perfecting the art
of looking busy whilst secretly writing. He left as a senior officer
when his tunnel was ready for use. He is now living in New
Zealand until he can raise enough money to leave. Although he
has no plans to return to the army, he can occasionally be caught
polishing his medals.