The couples therapist Ann sleaplessly continues her life in a shapeless haze. Her divorce uproots her usually safe and comfortable life. She’s heading towards something new, but her confusion paralyses her. Her roots seem to go back in time. Even further back than she would ever have emagined. Does this have anything to do with her incomprehensible dreams?
She tries to sort out her life and inner turmoil. The separation throws her into a precipice, at the same time she sees her closest friend enjoying different men. Then Mia enters with other perspectives and turns Ann’s whole world of perception upside-down.
Who is she really beneath all these ingrained opinions?
Who is she, the woman who is free to dance with life?
A lovely book.
Women Dancing in Pine Valley is incredebly timely!
Kristina Pannblom cert. TCM acupuncturist.
I am grateful for this novel which celebrates the woman for what she has been and what she will become.
Christina Divèn, health coach.
It's time to live our unique expressions like mothers, sisters, and in relation to men! Susanne Billander multi-dimensional catalyst, who guides people to activate their abundant expression of love in their relationships.