Dancing Daughter: Susan Lambert
Eyston´s Dancing Daughters: Gerald Prueitt
A blithe and redemptive seriocomic love story filled with country music, the ghosts of Halloween, and an ironic brand of down-home religion. Newly divorced and feeling the pain of separation from his family, Hud Smith channels his regret into writing country-western songs, contemplating life on the lam with his 8-year-old daughter, and searching cryptic postcards for news of his teenage son who has run off with The Daughters of God, an alternative Gospel-punk band of growing fame. Then he finds himself inching toward reconciliation with his ex, tossing his whole talent for misery into question as they head off in a borrowed school bus, hoping so very tentatively to bring the entire family together again.In this endearing misadventure that threatens to turn out right in spite of it all, Schaffert writes a thin line between tragedy and hilarity, turning wry humor and a keen sense of the paradoxical onto characters who deserve all the tender care he gives them. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bernard Clark. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/015629/bk_adbl_015629_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Rescued By Mr. Wrong (Mills & Boon Heartwarming) (The Daughters of Dancing Falls, Book 3): Cynthia Thomason
A beautiful gift edition of the beloved classic about two orphan sisters and their newfound love of theater and dance. After losing their mother, Rachel and her adopted sister Hilary move in with their aunt, Cora Wintle. Cora runs a dancing school in London, and she thinks that Hilary would be perfect for her dancing troupe, Wintle´s Little Wonders! The only problem is that Hilary might be as good as Cora´s own precious daughter, Dulcie. Still, Cora is determined to make sulky Rachel and sprightly Hilary members of her dance troupe. But Rachel doesn´t want to be a Little Wonder! She can´t dance and feels silly in her the ruffly costume. Nothing seems to be going as planned, until Rachel discovers her talent for acting. . . . This classic children´s book is perfect for kids who dream of being on stage, whether it be dancing or acting. And don´t miss the other classic Noel Streatfeild titles, Ballet Shoes, Skating Shoes, and Theater Shoes!
The Runaway Daughter by Joanna Rees is the first novel in A Stitch in Time - a sweeping historical trilogy. It´s 1926 and Anna Darton is on the run from a terrible crime she was forced into committing. Alone and scared in London, salvation comes in the form of Nancy, a sassy American dancer at the notorious nightclub, the Zip. Re-inventing herself as Vita Casey, Anna becomes part of the line-up and is thrown into a hedonistic world of dancing, parties, flapper girls and fashion. When she meets the dashing Archie Fenwick, Vita buries her guilty conscience and she believes him when he says he will love her no matter what. But unbeknown to Vita, her secret past is fast catching up with her, and when the people closest to her start getting hurt, she is forced to confront her past or risk losing everything she holds dear.
Some phone calls we love, others we hate, like the ones Pastor Joe receives from his daughter´s school. Or the one Dale received at work, letting him know his wife, Joy, had fallen and was in route to the hospital by ambulance. Less than two years ago, while pregnant with their third child, Joy had a cancerous lump on her breast. After a tumultuous year including surgery, chemo, radiation, and the birth of Grace, she has been cancer-free. Could her cancer be back? Despite all of her struggles, Joy continues to dance amidst the hardships of life. Share in one family´s struggle with cancer and how it challenges their faith in the sequel to Dancing on a High Wire, volume II of Dancing Through Life Series. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Misty of Echoing Praise. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/082779/bk_acx0_082779_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
America´s Daughter: Maria Nhambu