To Dance with Dolphins by Bonnie Leon

To Dance with Dolphins by Bonnie Leon

Twenty-one-year-old Claire Murray has suffered from a mysterious disease for years. Her social circle has shrunk to a small support group for people with chronic illness and disability. But what if life could be about more than doctors, pain, and medications?  Claire and three others—old grouch Tom, hippy-holdout Willow, and moody Taylor—hatch plans for a cross-country trip to swim with the dolphins in Florida. Only a day into the trip, they unexpectedly need help. And who happens to be hitchhiking along the highway but a young, good-looking loner named Sean Sullivan? However, the last thing he wants is to be harnessed to a bunch of ailing travelers.

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My Review

This was one of those books that you as a reader learn life lessons & God lessons right along with the characters. Trusting God in everything is one of the lessons learned.  It’s not easy having a chronic illness especially ones that are not visible. I smiled with the characters, felt sad, and was frustrated. Although Claire, was the “main character” this book did well to feature the other characters too. I didn’t know a lot about chronic illnesses before reading this book. I have better understanding the challenges that come up.
I recommend this book to others.
I received this book from the publisher to read and review. 🙂

About the Author

Bonnie Leon is the author of twenty-one novels, including the recently released To Dance With Dolphins, the popular Alaskan Skies and bestselling The Journey of Eleven Moons. Bonnie’s books are being read internationally and she hears from readers in Australia, Europe, and even Africa.  She enjoys speaking for women’s groups and teaching at writing seminars and conventions. These days, her time is filled with writing, being a grandmother and relishing precious time with her aged mother.  Bonnie and her husband, Greg, live in Southern Oregon. They have three grown children and eight grandchildren.

 

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