Where Fairy Tales Go: A Love Story
|Rating||:||4.87 (651 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||234 Pages|
An inspirational memoir told by a dynamic mother of five, Annette Ross shares her personal challenges, financial struggles, and the life-altering medical error that left her unable to walk. Join Annette and her family on this journey to reclaim a lost fairy tale.
. Annette Ross was born in Chicago, graduated from Sarah Lawrence, and lives with her husband and five daughters in San Diego
Phillips, bestselling author, Lincoln on Leadership "This powerful narrative will grab you and not let go. Murray, author, The Worth of a Child "Annette Ross' story is a profound example of a family displaying courage and love in the face of undeserved calamity." Frank Roosevelt, co-author, Understanding Capitalism "Annette Ross' beautiful and deeply personal memoir invites you into her life through the most difficult of times and, in the end, you will see what bravery and faith look like." Jacki
a love story is a tale of soul mates Where fairy tales go: a love story is a tale of soul mates, Annette and Bill, whose marriage and passion for love and life are challenged when their fairy tale goes horribly wrong with the birth of their second child. As they cling to one another with hope for healing and regaining their fairy tale, it’s clear that they will persevere each day no matter how daunting. As they move from place to place, they always find home in one another’s arms. "Beautiful and profound." according to Cosima. This memoir touched me for many reasons and on many different levels. Annette shares her journey as a wife and mother, daughter and student. We enter her life through a life altering event and we have the opportunity to leave transformed - I am looking at things differently, better, gentler. Her story is her own and my experiences are totally different yet I related on almost every level because of her honesty. It's a story told with dignity and grace and. "I was completely drawn in and enjoyed reading" according to Julie M.. I was completely drawn in and enjoyed reading this thoughtful, witty, well-written story of humanity, love, and faith. It's obviously not an entirely happy book, but is told with a brilliant perspective, general positivity, hope, and love that makes it a great read. Thank you, Annette (and Bill!), for teaching us so much through this story, and with your beautiful, articulate words and incredible hearts!