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Sugar's Dance Paperback – November 10, 2011
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But more than just a story there is something about this tale that sets it apart from most books i have read to date. The character of Sugar is so well written and so involving that it seems like a real person has been created. It is alot like getting to know someone from the start and as the story evolves you find you have things in common with her, share in the good times and the bad, the highs and lows and there are plenty of both. The choice of first person in the story was very clever in that it draws you in and you become part of the tale.
Ultimately the main character becomes so very likeable that you will miss her once the story ends.
And im paraphrasing here "God bless great authors"
I laughed, I cried, I related and most of all, I learned. My Kindle's bookmarks feature got a workout with this novel because there were so many beautiful passages, I didn't want to forget them.
Sugar's Dance is a story that is unique in that you know the author is writing from a very personal place, and she does it so eloquently. Her writing style is very touching, graceful and heart warming. You will not finish this book without understanding her pain, triumph and why the difference between how the world sees you and how you see yourself is so important, especially in her case.
Tula DuBois, or Sugar, is an amputee. In a tragic car accident, she lost her leg and a whole lot more. For all intents and purposes, she essentially lost her life despite the fact that she was the only survivor. The irony is never lost on her. In the beginning of the story Sugar battles with herself as the anniversary of the tragedy approaches. But this year marks the tenth year since the accident and this time she can't do it with the same support. Her breaking point becomes evident as her pseudo family watches the nightmares, starvation and isolation take over her. Until Van comes into the picture and shows her that she is worthy of all the beauty life has to offer her, including himself.Read more ›
Always writing about choices and how God can help us change, Paula Rose Michelson wrote the Amazon Best Selling Christian self-help book "How Did We Become Angry?" That book and her three sweet Christian fictions with a Messianic twist and a hint of history: "Beginning Anew: The Naomi Chronicles" and "Casa de Naomi: The House of Blessing, Books One and Two", are available on Amazon.
This story is about love, and how it triumphs over despair and grief. A significant subplot deals with disability and organ donation. Reading this book has made me think about organ donation and how by the death of one person, seven people can get off the transplant waiting lists and have a chance at life again.
Three recipes are given at the end of the book as an added bonus. A heartwarming story to be read in a cozy cabin in front of the fireplace.
First thoughts after…….
Thank goodness there is more to the Sugar’s world because this was just a little taste and I’m dying for more!!!!
How Distracted Did I Get?
Sugar is a strong character with wit and humor that I enjoyed thoroughly! She is addicted to coffee maybe even more than I am if that’s possible. With fascinating recipes and a handsome Irishman this story can’t go wrong. Sugar has some rocks to climb to help her through a tough time and Van is the man to do that. (Did I mention the handsome Irishman?) Sugar’s Dance is wonderfully woven story that is difficult to put down. My husband asked if I had a new appendage the book was so attached to the now well-loved book!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Too many descriptive details. I thought the plot would thicken but it never did. Wasted my time on this novel.Published 1 month ago by Diana Faulkner
This is a very good read. I look forward to the second one.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Just finished this book and I am very happy I found it with Kindle Unlimited. The storyline and characters are so well written. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Michele D.
I have read Katie's other work and like the past books I read I have fell in love with the characters and felt a connection to them. Read morePublished 17 months ago by steph
There are not enough stars to signify how much I loved this book. I know I came late to the party but I am so happy that I found this awesome series and this very talented... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Karen Lea
Great book. Started it and couldn't put it down=) A great easy read and easy to get into. A brief escape from reality=)Published on March 28, 2014 by kathleen fuery
Tula DuBois AKA Sugar is a well known ballroom dance teacher. Sugar appears to be living an ideal life by having a successful business along with love and support from family and... Read morePublished on February 3, 2014 by Erik Nelson
Loved the story. Katie added just the right amount of suspense and romance to make it hard to put down. Read morePublished on May 15, 2013 by T. & A. Bolden