A Dance in the Woods
Casa de Snapdragon LLC, Nov 1, 2007 - 396 pages
Anna and William Benton felt secure with three beautiful children, a home in the desert of New Mexico, and a wonderful marriage. Then tragedy struck. Their eldest daughter, Beth, was admitted to a hospital with asthma. Just days later she suddenly passed away in the middle of the night, plunging Anna into the depths of depression with inexplicable pain in her body that she had never experienced before, To make matters worse, her military husband received orders to report for duty with his family to a small American community in the mountains of northern Italy, resulting in the loss of their home and stability at a time when they needed it most.
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A Dance in the WoodsUser Review - ReaderRabbit - Borders
Pros: I bought this book a couple of days ago and couldn't put it down until I finished it. Cons: None This is the story of Anna Benton and how she dealt with a daughter who self-slashed and passed ... Read full review