Sunset Bridge begins with what seems like the end of Tracy and Marsh’s relationship—she’s not enjoying their camping trip and he’s being condescending. As it turns out Tracy’s upset stomach isn’t about the raw oyster Marsh made her eat, but is an early pregnancy symptom which means she’s sticking it out with him. However, Marsh figures out the pregnancy news before Tracy works up the courage to tell him which creates more tension. Although other plots and characters come in, the focus remains on Tracy’s drama. I found that storyline a bit ho-hum (it’s nothing that hasn’t been done many times before and the end was always clear), but was pulled in by a visiting Indian family’s tragedy and the mystery surrounding that. I liked the way that part of the story pulled in other characters who are important to the Happiness Key series.
Review copy provided by Planned Television Arts.