By Allison Bottke | David C. Cook | softcover | 448 pages | $14.99
Allison Bottke, editor of the God Allows U-Turns compilations, tactfully and sympathetically brings realism into play in her latest novel, You Make Me Feel Like Dancing. The book offers a tightly woven scenario portraying the finer aspects of the disco era while mingling tragic elements that have shaped the main character’s life.
When an opportunity of a lifetime propels Susan Anderson’s dreams beyond her Disco Diva salon, worlds collide and her 25-year marriage hits unstable ground.
As a painful reminder of her past appears, Susan reaches a critical turning point. By God’s grace, she is able to face her darkest nightmare triumphantly, realizing all “God-cidences” are planned. As she embarks on a journey of healing, Susan begins to see herself through the eyes of those who truly love her.
Keyed toward middle-aged women, this book offers encouragement for those who are still searching for healing among lost dreams.
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