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Veteran romance writer Kingsbury also takes a thoughtful turn in A Time to Dance, a morality tale about the staying power of love in marriage. Abby Reynolds, wife of a high-school football coach in a small Illinois town, suspects her husband, John, of having an affair. But the true reason their marriage is about to crash is simply the strain of years: arguments unresolved, dreams deferred, and never enough money. Abby's own daughter and, of course, a renewed faith, make Abby (and John) think twice about divorcing in what amounts to Kingsbury's tribute to married love. John Mort
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Karen Kingsbury has sold more than 10 million books, including her best-selling titles, Halfway to Forever and Dandelion Dust. She has been a finalist in the Romance Writers of America's Rita award and one of her books was made into a CBS Movie of the Week. In 2001, Karen and her husband adopted three first-grade boys from Haiti. The new additions have blended very well with their three biological children. Karen and her family live in Vancouver, Washington.See all Product Description
This story is a great reminder of what true love is to those of us who have let life take over.Published 10 months ago by Carol.
A beautiful story of how marriage should be from beginning till death do us part in very much detailed words.Published 14 months ago by Addy Oberlin
Great book from a great author. The many typos and spacing errors in this format was distracting to this teacher though. I have never had this problem with a Kindle book before.Published 15 months ago by Sarah Lowe
A story that many people who have been married for several years may be able to relate to. A busy life with family and careers. An easy read that was enjoyable.Published 18 months ago by Shelley Connick
While reading this book you really did get the feeling that you where part of the couple's lives. The story is very real and the emotions that the people in the book feel are very... Read morePublished on Dec 13 2010 by sarah
This was, hands down, the best book I have ever read! I love the way John and Abby's life is so real. Read morePublished on Feb. 23 2004
It's extremely hard for me to find a book that really catches my attention and that I can focus on. I have never heard of this book before when I went to the library but I saw it... Read morePublished on April 30 2003 by Lauryn