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Author: Patricia A. Bridewell
Publisher: Tymm Publishing LLC
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
"Two Steps Past the Altar" by Patricia A. Bridewell
What a wonderful read this author bring out to the reader that will definitely keep you turning the pages to see what going to happen next in Sasha Edmond's life. We find her quite a hard motivated worker as a top sales rep for Wexel Pharmaceuticlas, Inc and having the love of her life her fiance, Damien Taylor why wasn't this enough for her? After Sasha find her fiance maybe cheating why does she break off their engagement before she really finds out if anything had happened? From this situation along with her mother being ill and needing a new medication why does she become so captivated with a wealthy pharmaceutical businessman by the name of Wesley Dunbar? Well, before all of this can be explained there is still a question and that is why did Sasha have trust issues with the men in her life from her father, fiance, and now another charmer? I loved how this author brings this story out so well in this read. How will this all turn out for Sasha as 'a surfeit of lies and deception will cause a web of mixed emotions?' The reader will get a well rounded story as we see things will change mightily for Sasha as she will finally be able to open her eyes to finally see what is going on all around her. From her job, friends, her father and even Damien it will be a delightful read in seeing Sasha change for the good as she journeys into maturity coming from 'betrayal, friendships, love interest, her family and career.' In the end the reader will get quite a good read from "Two Steps Past the Altar" which presents so well a wonderful story of 'redemption, forgiveness, friendship and love.'
Sasha Edmonds is a pharmaceutical rep at Wexel Pharmaceuticals who is at the top of her career. Her fiancé Damien Taylor loves dearly but she’s all about climbing the corporate ladder. Her father Bishop is the pastor of the church. Her mother has a life-threatening illness that needs medications. In the story, Sasha has doubts about the relationships with everyone. She meets Wesley who has the medications that her mother desperately needs. Her and Wesley’s relationship becomes complicated. What will Sasha do to get what she wants and at what price?
I read this book in a couple of days because I really enjoyed it and wanted to know what was going to happen next. So, I kept turning pages until I finished it. This is my first time reading something by this author. I really enjoyed the author’s writing style. I like how the chapters flowed one after the other. The characters were well developed and relatable. The themes in this story are forgiveness, friendships, restoration, and redemption. The plot and suspense were unpredictable. I like how the storyline went smoothly and I could comprehend this story. I recommend this book and I give it 5 stars.
Sasha Edmonds is a motivated top Pharmaceutical Sales Representative who finds herself in the middle of a sticky love triangle. Initially, I have to say I wasn’t sure how I would feel about this book. However, as we moved along and I found myself invested in this heroin’s life, I started thoroughly enjoying the read. I’m awarding this book a 4 star rating so let’s get into the reasons I enjoyed this one.
Drama. There was drama, drama, and even more drama! Oh my goodness, just when this child got out of one sticky situation she was plunged right back into another one. If you want a simple, straight forward, beginning to end love story, this may not be the one for you. This book moved but not so much that it became confusing.
Character development. I loved these characters. Sasha, her girls, Damien…each character was phenomenally written. They were interesting and just when you think you know what decision will be made and how they will handle a particular situation, things turn and the writer shows their complexity. Not necessarily what I would have done or how I would have written it, but that’s the part I dug! I also loved their imperfections. Their sins, so to speak, made them real and relatable; at least to me. I’ve been a church girl since I could walk and although my dad isn’t a Bishop and my mom not a first lady, I understood the pressures Sasha faced being a PK (preachers kid). Add to all of this that these characters are strong and powerful individuals in the healthcare industry without being physicians.
Character Flaws. While it’s true that I was totally feeling the Sasha, I wish I would have gotten a bit more of Damien. I don’t feel like I got to know him as much as I would have liked to. I didn’t understand his motivations which made it a bit easier to write the character off. At one point, I was even rooting for the other guy. Speaking of the other guy, it would have been nice to get a bit more of him too.
While there were a few misses for me in this book, none of them were enough to make me stop reading. I quickly fell in love and became invested in these characters and by the end of the book felt as if they were old friends. I was ready for the book to end, but I feel that was because the story was complete. I wouldn’t be mad a sequel though.
Two steps past the alter was a quick read, I was able to get through it in just a few days, and it was very well written. There’s still a few weeks left of the summer - I would definitely recommend adding this one to your summer reading list.
You will enjoy following Sasha's journey as she navigates betrayal, misunderstandings, and detours with her friendships, love interests, family, and career. A story of redemption, forgiveness, friendships, growing up, and most of all love.
4.5 stars on this one!