New York Times best-selling author Karen Kingsbury, the “queen of inspirational fiction” (Time), is acclaimed for her poignant, uplifting novels. Once the perfect couple, John and Abby have drifted apart. Now—after 21 years of love, loss, and laughter—they’ve chosen divorce. When they gather their three children to break the news, their daughter joyfully announces her engagement. Determined not to ruin her happiness, Abby and John put their plans on hold. Yet one question lingers: Is it possible to rekindle a love that’s grown cold?
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A refreshing, faith building read that I finished in one day. Thank you, Karen, for allowing Jesus to lead you as you wrote this book.
The use of scripture
Karen Kingsbury's "A Time to Dance" is a beautiful picture of hope for struggling marriages and families. Each character is going through something that just about every reader can relate to. This is the third time I've read (now listened to) this book because I get much hope from the story for my marriage. It is a timeless novel and makes a wonderful gift for an anniversary or wedding. I highly recommend it.
I was excited to "read" something from this author because I have a kid's book of hers I love. The storyline in this book was good but moo surprises. The book did drag out a little bit too much for me though. Several chapters could have been easily eliminated as they didn't add much to the story.
I enjoyed this book immensely. I always like having reminds of God and His grace while listening to a book. This one was a little long. But I listened to every word.
I wasnt interested in romance/family novels for a LONG time. Listening to this helped me relive the meaning of love and comittment in marriage & family. I almost forgot how incredible of an author Debbie Macomber is. And the narrator Melissa Hurst was phenomenol.
It was a love story, family and God
the ending, and I won't spoil it for you, but it is really a good book, both for a family and children to listen to
I really don't know, all of them were good, we would have to go Dutch
It;s well worth the price
This was not "fun" to listen to because it struck at the heart of nearly every marriage in some way or another. However, what life-changing challenges and marriage insights can be gleaned from this book. It helped me to think very deeply about how to rekindle the fire in my own marriage.
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