a falling out with her Father (Alice’s grandfather) and they left the next morning.
Grandie ran a dance school and dance has been in Alice’s blood for as long as she
can remember. Despite graduating from a school of dance and drama with flying
colours,her life in New York has been rather unsuccessful. When Grandie takes ill,
Alice decides to fly home to see him, perhaps for one last time. On arriving she
realises that she feels more at home than in the thirteen intervening years.
This is a heartwarming story and you can see where it perhaps will go but that
doesn’t spoil it in the least. A wonderfully uplifting read of relationships, family
and heartache. Of what should be done and what ought to be done. Those
sensitive situations we have all found ourselves in. A truly enjoyable read
with a smile.
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