by George Weinstein
Sarah Gordon has spent her life seeking and achieving a place in the world of professional ballet. Then a car accident takes her left leg. Nearly thirty years old, she now must reinvent herself . . . and rewrite the rules of her marriage. Her husband blames himself for her accident and wants to ensure nothing bad ever happens to her again—at any cost. To become whole once more, Sarah is forced to decide if independence is worth more than love, and if having one means giving up the other.
Sarah’s story belongs to anyone who has ever gone through pain and loss to come out stronger and better. Don’t miss this one!
—Cassandra King, bestselling author of The Sunday Wife
Gracefully layered with artistry, physicality, and emotion, this book will compel readers to question the very nature of love and loyalty.
—M. J. Pullen, bestselling author of The Marriage Pact trilogy and Sugar Street
These characters break our hearts and mend them all over again, reminding us that it takes courage to establish an authentic place for ourselves in the world.
—Kimberly Brock, author of The River Witch, and 2013 Georgia Author of the Year
Weinstein looks way beyond the easy and obvious clichés to the dilemmas of our closest relationships—spinning a moving, tender, and ultimately hopeful tale of a woman seeking to relearn the greatest art of all, the art of love.
—Man Martin, author of Paradise Dogs and Days of the Endless Corvette
About the Author
George Weinstein is the author of numerous novels, including Hardscrabble Road, Aftermath, and The Five Destinies of Carlos Moreno—all republished by SFK Press. His work has been featured in the Atlanta press and in regional and national anthologies, including A Cup of Comfort for Writers. You can contact George with book club invitations and speaking requests, and read more about him and his written work at GeorgeWeinstein.com.
Our Southern Fried Guarantee:
If you wouldn’t enthusiastically recommend one of our books with a 4- or 5-star rating to a friend, then the next story is on us. We believe that much in the stories we’re telling. Simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.