About the Book
Ballet has always been my life, but one terrible moment may have destroyed everything I’ve worked so hard for—especially my title of Octavia Ricci, principal ballerina. I thought for sure my physical therapist, Dr. Noah Wright, could help me obtain my dream once more, but he wants more than I’m prepared to give.
I’ve seen firsthand the trials of interracial relationships. I’m a product of one myself and promised I’d never put my hopefully-someday kids through that drama. Everyone keeps telling me to let go of other people’s expectations, but I’m just not sure I can. Besides, if my dreams of returning to ballet are futile, what hope is there in seeking unconditional love?
The Price of Dreams is the third and final book in the Christian Chick Lit series: Faith & Fortune.
Other Books in the Series
In My Opinion
Toni Shiloh wraps up her Faith & Fortune series with Octavia Ricci. A woman whose entire life centered around ballet and now that she doesn’t have it, flounders with her purpose, her relationships, and her faith.
First, I have to say that I found Noah’s blushing endearing (and somewhat humorous when it gave him away). But this book is really about Tavi’s journey to healing—and that includes much more than her torn ACL.
Shiloh takes topics like interracial relationships and the prejudices people have about them and shines God’s light and truth on them.
The Price of Dreams is a great conclusion to this series as these three friends realize their identity isn’t in their careers but in the people and the God who loves them.
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