Unmarried and pregnant at 41, Julia Ives returns to her home in the Pacific Northwest, determined to understand her family's troubled past before her child is born. Haunted by memories of betrayal and abandonment, she confronts her father who she has not seen in 23 years.
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Review: Salt DancersUser Review - Melissa - Goodreads
I wanted to like this book more than I did but I felt like the main character was too self-absorbed. Her pain had to be horrific, but the hammering-away of her depressed reality made her a sad, negative character that I couldn't help not caring for. Read full review
Review: Salt DancersUser Review - Anna T - Goodreads
Good thought provoking book. I would recommend it. Read full review