Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Pretending to Dance by Diane Chamberlain

Molly and her husband are in the process of adopting a child. Life seems safe and perfect but, Molly's hidden past causes some unseen issues for her.

The story alternates between the past and present giving the reader insight into who, Molly is and how our past and childhoods can define who we are and the path it leads us to as adults. Molly's childhood can best be described as unconventional and the worst summer of her life, at age 14 might be her undoing.

It just might destroy everything she's built up. This is an excellent read with characters that you can easily identify with however ...... the ending is fairly predictable and trite but worthy of your time,

Grade: A-


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A Stranger in the House by Shari Lapena

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