Saturday, July 4, 2009

a Time to Dance

(on the back of the book)

They celebrated their love with a dance,
Will they end it with divorce?


John and Abby Reynolds were the perfect couple, sharing a love born of childhood friendship and deep family ties. They are envied by their friends, cherished by their children, admired by their peers. But John and Abby are about to lose it all. On the verge of having an affair, John is no more the man Abby married than she is the long ago girl of his dreams. They are strangers whose days of dancing seem gone forever.

They gather their three children to announce their plans, but before they can speak, their daughter makes an announcement of her own: she's getting married in the summer.

Abby and John determine not to ruin their daughter's season of happiness, but as the wedding nears, they are haunted by questions. Is the decision they've made irreversible? Are there times when marriage--even the marriage between two people of faith--is truly beyond repair? And is it possible, alone in the moonlight on an old wooden pier, to once more find...a time to dance?

Discover the resiliency of boundless love, the power of commitment, and the amazing faithfulness of God in A Time to Dance.

A Story of Reconciliation
~Candy~

6 comments:

marty39 said...

God can heal anything. Hugs, Marty

Cherrie said...

Sounds interesting!

blushing rose said...

Having walked down this path, after our 3 yr. old son was killed, the struggles were heavy ... after a tumultuous few years, we found that path back to one another & reaffirmed our vows ... oh, there have been many bumps & kinks in that road even still, but we came back by the grace & assistance of the Lord, holding us up as we meandered down those paths, struggling. If He can believe in us, then we have to prove to Him we are worthy of His trust ... & our love continues, even today, to grow together. We are thankful He didn't give up on us ... TTFN ~Marydon

Barbara said...

CANDY...Thanks for the book review, think I may like that book.


PLEASE COME AND WISH AMY A HAPPY BIRTHDAY AT THE PURPLE GOAT LADY

THANKS,
BARBARA

Chandy said...

Ooohhh, love that, I'll have to find that book!

My Crafty Little Page said...

I read this a couple of years ago - it was pretty good. :)Nancy