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“She wanted something like a scene from a movie. He would tell her he had no interest in Cheyenne and she would say the same about Brandon. They would hug and hold onto each other, and promise each other that they'd never say goodbye again - no matter how far apart they might live for a year or two. But the thing about movies was this: People paid money to watch scenes like that on a big screen, because they never played out that way in person. ”—“Leaving”
A Time To Dance - Karen Kingsbury
Synopsis: After 21 years together, John and Abby have decided to split. Recognizing their apparently irreconcilable differences, they call their three children together to tell them of the impending divorce. But before they can deliver the painful message, their daughter preempts them: She is getting married that summer. To protect her happiness, the couple secretly agree to shelve their plans until after the wedding. What begins as a brief postponement becomes a resuscitation of love, in this charming spiritual novel
My Review: A Time To Dance is the first book in Timeless Love series. There are two books and I will post the review on the next one soon. This book was absolutely amazing. I am a very passionate Christian and I have so much respect for Christian authors that can write a good book. Even if you aren’t very religious, this is a great book. Kingsbury doesn’t rely on JUST Christian’s reading her books because anyone would be interested and unable to put this book down. It is a heartwarming story that brought tears to my eyes every other page. It was very touching and it definitely hit a soft spot in my heart. This book talks about the struggles that come and go with couples and the significance of trust and love and faith in a marriage. This is such a well written story that kept me intrigued the whole time. Karen Kingsbury has become my all time favorite author and I hope to continue to read many more of her books. Overall, A Time To Dance is a great read for anyone, any age, any background.