Finding Our Way Home Review
Sasha Davis is a world-famous, beautiful, lithe ballerina whose career has kept her away from home. Shortly after the death of her mother, Sasha suffers a fall in mid-performance; it's a fall so devastating that it ends her career. Because of her own prideful desire to remain in control and not rely on anyone, Sasha--suffering from cardiac arrhythmia--did not tell her dance partner/husband of her illness. The arrhythmia directly contributed to the accident. Cutting off all contact with her husband and friends, Sasha retreats to her childhood home where she nurses a broken body and spirit. She hires a local girl, Evelyn Burt, as her assistant, and begins to become affected by Evelyn's boisterous personality and ever-present optimism. Evelyn's outspokenness causes Sasha to re-evaluate her treatment of people. Ultimately, she embraces God's grace and realizes she needs and loves her husband.
It is not just Sasha who is affected. Evelyn--blinded by smooth talk--has entered into an engagement with a person of whom her family disapproves. As Sasha's metamorphosis takes place, Evelyn begins to notice the dynamics of healthy relationships and questions her own.
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Disclaimer: Finding Our Way Home was provided by the author's publicist free of charge. Compensation was not offered and the opinions expressed within the review are solely those of the reviewer.
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