Ten years after his lover, Cole, was
turned into a vampire, Detective Brady Lindstrom is shocked
to find the man on his doorstep, bleeding and in need of a
place to hide and heal. At first Brady is suspicious that
Cole had something to do with the horrible murders he's
investigating, but finally he lets his ex come in. Heís
determined not to care about the monster his former lover
Cole Singer knows going to his exís
apartment to heal is a bad idea, but he canít help himself.
Even when Brady is cold to him, Cole can't seem to leave.
Knowing Brady is determined to bring down the murderous
vamps Cole's hiding from, Cole tries to protect him. Will
working together to stop the bad vampires bring them closer
together, or be the death of them both?
Bridge Over Troubled Water
is an enjoyable paranormal tale. Brady is an obsessive,
hard man, made that way by the loss of Cole. All he has
left is duty. When Cole returns, Brady remembers how Cole
was when he was first turned and is afraid to trust him.
Despite being a vampire and being distrusted by his
ex-lover, Cole still loves Brady. I liked his
protectiveness. Brady's reluctance to trust was
understandable. Their quest to stop the evil vampires is
interesting, and the conflict between what Brady wants and
what he believes to be the truth is compelling. As a
second-chance story with a paranormal twist, Bridge
Over Troubled Water is quite entertaining. I
especially liked the ending. Vivien Dean did a good job of
making it satisfying without being too sappy.