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Contemporary
Echoes of the Dance
By Rhea Palmer
Jul 6, 2007 - 6:50:27 AM

Roly Carradine has found his refuge in Cornwall close to his son, where he hopes to heal from his broken marriage and find comfort in the soothing countryside and enjoy his eclectic collection of stray dogs. When his sister, Mim, asks if he can accommodate an old protégé of hers, he readily agrees.


Daisy Quin is recovering from a back injury incurred while dancing. She is facing the very real possibility of never being able to dance again and is not sure she is ready to face that just yet. Also in her life is an extremely attractive but moody schoolmaster who she has secretly had a crush on for a while now. Daisy’s emotions are running amuck and Roly’s home in Cornwall seems like the perfect place to find out how to approach the next phase of her life.

 

Marcia Willett’s magical storytelling gives you an insider’s view of the lives of humans in need of healing. She deals with a widow’s refusal to mourn properly, a man’s refusal to give up on his marriage, and a man in denial of his true identity. Start reading this story and you will find someone in there you can relate to.



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