Leah Thornton’s life, like her Southern Living home, has great curb appeal. But a paralyzing encounter with a can of frozen apple juice in the supermarket shatters the façade, forcing her to admit that all is not as it appears. When her best friend gets in Leah’s face about her refusal to deal with her life and her drinking, Leah is forced to make a decision. Can this brand-conscious socialite walk away from the country club into 28 days of rehab? Can she leave what she has now to gain back what she needs? Joy, sadness, pain and a new strength converge, testing her marriage, her friendships and her faith.
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The book would make a great book club subject or women’s study group selection.Oct 24 2012 | Read Full Review of Walking on Broken Glass
And so begins the story of twenty-seven year-old Leah Thornton, an English teacher who finds herself having to take responsibility for her excessive drinking after a meltdown in the grocery store and a one-person intervention crusaded by her best girlfriend.Feb 09 2010 | Read Full Review of Walking on Broken Glass
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From the very first paragraph, Leah’s personality is crystal clear, which convinces the reader to settle into Leah’s journey with her.Dec 06 2010 | Read Full Review of Walking on Broken Glass
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