I Hope You Dance is a quirky story about loss and hope, friendship and love, and daring to dance again!
All Ruth had ever wanted to do was marry David Carrington, the boy-next-door. They would spend their days counting frogs and live in the Big House. Instead David broke Ruth’s heart and she left Southwell, promising never to return.
Fifteen years on Ruth has hit rock bottom. There is no way out. Well, except one…
Ruth moves home to face her past. Her past which includes an estranged father, a whirlwind mother, and the boy-next-door.
Written by Beth Moran. Paperback. 320 pages. SPECIAL PRICE £6.99, published price £7.99. Saving £1.
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