Thursday, July 18, 2013

Book Review: The Dance (Restoration #1) by Dan Walsh and Gary Smalley

Jim Anderson comes home from work to find his wife is gone.  No longer happy in their relationship, Marilyn has left him.  He doesn't pay any attention to her, listen to her, or provide her with the kind of love she deserves.  Most of all, she's never danced with him, not even on their wedding day.

How do Jim and Marilyn bring themselves back together?  Is it even possible?  Will it tear apart their grown (and almost grown) kids?  Can their marriage be saved?

This is a story of sacrifice.  Sometimes we have to do things we may not want to do for those we love.  We have to show love.  We have to be love.  We can't just profess love.  Saying "I love you" isn't enough.  This is what Jim has to learn.  

Dan Walsh  has presented us with a sweet story about how a relationship really should be.  It's about give and take, doing things for your loved one that you may not want to do because he or she wants you to do them.

I read this as a review request from using the Adobe Digital app on my laptop.  All opinions are my own.  I was not compensated for this review in any way.

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