October 13, 2015

Pretending to Dance

"My mother murdered my father."

Molly and her husband Aidan are trying to adopt a baby because they are unable to have a child on their own. The process brings up questions about their past and family. Problem is, Molly left her family and secrets behind twenty years ago in Morrison's Ridge, North Carolina. Not even her husband knows the truth. He was told Molly's mother was deceased, but she is very much alive. Her and Aidan just wants to share their love with a baby she can't carry. Molly discovers the truth behind her father's death and it affects her present.

Like Molly, there are days you think you're over something that happened in the past. Then the slightest thing will send memories crashing to the forefront of your mind. This made Pretending to Dance a realistic story. Her emotions were well portrayed and so were the reactions of her husband Aidan. Diane Chamberlain has a special talent of connecting with readers like myself in a genre all her own: grown woman fiction.

Pretending to Dance just released October 6, 2015. Do your mind a favor and read this new novel. Diane Chamberlain does not disappoint.

DISCLAIMER: This book was received directly from the publisher for review purposes only. In no way does it influence my review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.

Title: Pretending to Dance
Author: Diane Chamberlain
Published: October 2015
Pages: 352
Edition: Galley
Rating: ♥♥♥♥


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