May 13, 2017

Pretending To Dance by Diane Chamberlain

Published Date : October 6, 2015
Publisher : St. Martin's Press
Genre : Fiction / Women's
Rating : 5 Star


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In Pretending To Dance, it's the story of Molly and how one summer when she was 14 changed everything. Molly and her husband are trying to adopt a baby after failed attempts to have one of their own when her distant cousin writes her a email reminding her of family that she wants to forget. When Molly was 14, her dad had MS and during that summer everything changed, from her discovering about boys to losing herself from everything that happened with her dad, it made her see life different. As Molly and Aiden go through the adoption process, it makes Molly look back on how everything turned out and after she tells Aiden what happened that summer, she goes back and discovers that you can go home again and things will be alright.

I loved how this book played out with the whole going back and forth from preset day to 1990 and it ended just on the right note as well. Diane knows how to get the reader so evolved with the story that it makes you happy but sad all at the same time. Mrs. Chamberlain is gonna be on my top list of authors to be reading now just because this is my first novel that I read by her and it was awesome!!!

Thank You to Diane Chamberlain for writing such a great book and I'm looking forward to more stories!!

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from BookSparks : FRC 2015!

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