Finding Our Way Home by Charlene Ann Baumbich (A Review)

One small town. Two different women.  Each searching for resolution to a troubled love.  Both finding friendship quite unexpectedly.

The author has cleverly paralleled the stories of beautiful, principal ballerina Sasha and of homely, not so graceful but “ubercapable” Evelyn.

Sasha has had everything — career, husband and ballet partner, and a chic lifestyle.  Evelyn has lived modestly and is recently engaged, hoping that the world is as golden as it seems.

Their coming together results from Sasha’s need to heal from injuries suffered in a fall.  Sasha hires Evelyn as her caregiver.  Evelyn’s determined, take-charge attitude is hard for Sasha as she has long enjoyed her independence.

Realizing there is more to Sasha’s healing than her injuries, Evelyn attempts to help in ways she isn’t quite sure about.  Meanwhile, her own life is unraveling.  What will become of these two contrasting women?

Amazing things lay in store for each of them.  Grace has a way of entering the picture and, as always, grace accomplishes all things.

Charlene Ann Baumbich has written a charming, loving and beautiful dancing scenario between these two women that culminates in the reader being drawn in such that putting the book down is impossible.

WaterBrook Multnomah provided a copy of Finding Our Way Home, and in return I agreed to give an honest review.

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