Pretending to Dance caught my attention from the very first sentence and kept me reading until I turned the last page. Molly and her husband Aidan are looking forward to adopting their first child, but Molly is concerned that her long buried past may come back to haunt her. She ran away from her childhood home in North Carolina and has never looked back. In order to move forward with her life and a potential adoption, Molly may have to unearth her secrets and face what she has long avoided.
Diane Chamberlain knows how to write an excellent story. I very much enjoyed this latest book and always look forward to reading more works by her. She writes very relatable characters and I become so engrossed in the novel that time passes too quickly. I would recommend Pretending to Dance to book clubs as there are many interesting topics to discuss.
I received this book from BookSparks as part of their FRC2015 in exchange for an honest review.