Dance of Grace by Stacy Monson

In one unexpected 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…

4196LLbk4qL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_In one unexpected 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.

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“A Hope and Grace-filled story you won’t want to put down!”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Brenda Anderson

***Warning*** Don’t pick up DANCE OF GRACE at night because you won’t be able to put it down! I was up until 1:00 am last night finishing Vanessa and Kurt’s story, a romance that isn’t your typical romance.

First of all, the romance develops slowly and naturally and avoids those eye-rolling moments common in so many Christian romances today. Then there’s the atypical hero and heroine. Vanessa’s a former dancer who lost a leg in an auto accident that also killed her younger siblings. She’s trying to shake her guilt and find her purpose in life. Kurt is an on-fire youth minister who’s also an ex-con. Both Vanessa and Kurt have a lot to overcome and struggle escaping self-imposed labels: handicapped, felon, worthless. DANCE OF GRACE is their journey of throwing off those labels and learning to see themselves through God’s eyes, as beloved and forgiven.

This is a hope and grace-filled story that reminds us that while our pasts will shape us, they don’t have to define us.

About the Author

An award-winning author, Stacy writes stories that show an extraordinary God at work in ordinary life. A member of ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers), she is the current secretary and past president of MN-NICE, as well as the area coordinator for Minnesota. Residing in the Twin Cities, she is the wife of a juggling, unicycling physical education teacher, mom to two amazing kids and two wonderful in-law kids, and a very proud grandma. You can learn more about Stacy and her books at www.stacymonson.com.

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