I liked the way this story swung from Jim and Marilyn in Italy for their second honeymoon to Tom to Jean to Great-Uncle Henry. We were able to see what each were thinking and the effect each had on the other. It was nice to see the changes continuing in Jim and the way he and Marilyn treat each other now. This book works fine as a stand-alone, but I would recommend reading them in order because "The Dance" brings a lot to this story. Tom acts very much like his father used to and everyone could see the negative effect except for him. I liked the insight Great-Uncle Henry brought to the situation because of attitudes and actions that had been passed down through the generations and were continuing to affect Tom and his relationship with his son. This is a very healing story and will hopefully open people's eyes to how their relationships with their parents can affect the ones with their children and that it's important to break bad habits before it's too late. I think this story is great for both men and women, maybe even more so for men, so don't let the cover fool you! You should definitely check out this series!
I received a copy of this book free from Revell in exchange for an honest review.
Available August 2013 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.
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