Kate Bennett isn't looking for love, but it shows up in a surprising and dramatic package. Matt Reynolds arrives on the scene with a flash of all-American heroism and treats Kate and her friends to a taste of excitement and beauty. When disaster strikes, Kate and her friends rally to support Matt. But will Kate be strong enough to give him the emotional support he really needs? A touching story of one man's search for love and stability in the face of a personal demon - epilepsy - and the joy and pain of loving unconditionally.
AUTHOR: Mindy Gibbins-Klein experienced the pain of losing two close friends to epilepsy. She believes in the power of the human spirit and spiritual friendship. She has chosen to set the novel in Arizona, where she spent time working, and which has always been a very spiritual place for her. Since first publishing A Dance in the Desert in 2001, Mindy has written and edited three more books, and she founded The Book Midwife, a coaching and consultancy company dedicated to helping aspiring authors pursue their dream of getting into print. She also became an accredited volunteer with Epilepsy Action, the UK's largest epilepsy charity. She currently resides in London, England with her husband and two children.