I Hope You Dance by Beth Moran

I Hope You Dance

byBeth Moran

Kobo ebook | September 18, 2015

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Ruth Henderson has moved back in with her parents something she swore she would never do, especially not at the age of thirty-three. But in the face of the mountain of debt left by her late-partner and the fact that her teenage daughter, Maggie, is expressing her grief through acts of delinquency, there was really only one option.
Title:I Hope You DanceFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:September 18, 2015Publisher:Lion Hudson PlcLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1782641718

ISBN - 13:9781782641711

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Going Home We open this book with Ruth Henderson returning back home, hat in hand, with her daughter Maggie, her fourteen year old. She is basically out in the street and not very many options but to swallow her pride and return back to her parents. This story has so many examples of how we tend to judge people especially in our youth, and meeting again as an adult they are entirely different. A lot of surprises abound in returning to her roots for Ruth, some chuckles and some heart breaking news that you didn’t know at the time. Come and enjoy Ruth wallowing in her pain, yes enjoy as her parents have her laying in bed or in her jamies all day long, and as she goes about getting a job or jobs to help get herself out of debt. I also enjoyed the spunk her daughter Maggie showed, and how some elderly woman put them both in their place. There is also some violence in this story in the form of a person you would never expect, especially when we first meet. This person becomes a stalker, and makes some very scary moves and actions. Through out it all you hope for relationships to hold steady and find love in them. You will also cheer on the sweet neighbor, and Ruth’s first love, David. I received this book through the Publisher Lion, and was not required to give a positive review.
Date published: 2016-01-18