In one tragic moment, dancer Vanessa Jordan lost her family, her career, and her future. She blames God for destroying everything that mattered. Kurt Wagner, an ex-con with a second chance at life and faith, aches to shed his past and see his dream of helping teens become reality.
The former dancer and the ex-con form an unlikely alliance to build River House, a safe haven for kids on the street. But when Kurt’s past threatens his dreams and his life, Vanessa becomes a target as well.
It will take a stubborn love, the grace of God, and one courageous teen to keep the River House dream alive.
This book was sweet and emotional, parts cut so deep I had to stop reading to collect myself. Stacy has written the emotion in this book so expertly that I think it would be difficult not to get drawn in. Though we understand what the ending will be (because, this is, in fact, a romance) there is a point when you wonder if it is even possible for these two to repair the damage.~ Kari
God says Kurt is forgiven, redeemed, restored, and free. Set free from his addiction, anger, and shame, Kurt becomes a light to youth who need a place to belong.
God says Vanessa is forgiven, loved, cherished. Set free from her guilt and anger, Vanessa becomes an encourager to those who don’t fit in, who are less than “perfect,” and returns to her love of dancing in a new way that makes her a witness to restoration.
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WRITING AWARDS for Dance of Grace
Book Buyers Best Award Inspirational Winner
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eLit Book Awards Silver Award Winner
Heart of Excellence Readers Choice Award Winner
Nat’l Excellence in Romance Award Clean Reads Winner
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Booksellers Best Book Award Finalist