Freedom Dance Author:Dallas L. Barnes Sasha Rollins, 28, first generation American, born of Russian parents, had four dollars in her purse. She had never bought anything at Broadway but she certainly had fun looking. Her husband, George, best described as a "free spirit" with his long hair, sweatband and faded levis, defend his beard with, "Jesus had a beard. If it was good enough f... more »or Him, it's good enough for me."
While in the women's dept, Sasha hear Russian voices. She turned and looked into the coal black eyes of a tall, handsome man in his early thirties. The woman with him was younger, pretty, and blonde. Sasha wondered shy she felt strangely drawn to them. Then she noticed antoher man--powerful, thick-necked--standing nearby...watching. His penetrating eyes swept to Sasha and she turned away, her breath suddenly tight in her chest.
Who was this man? Who were the young Russians? What common bond would give them and Sasha and George, the courage to face a web of intrique and danger that lay ahead?« less