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Kiss Me, Dancer
Apr 1, 2012 - 3:03:10 PM
Casey Richardson is outraged when a stranger barges into the middle of her dance class and pulls one of her students away. Afraid that the man is a kidnapper or worse, she chases him down to protect her student. When the man, Drew Byrne, establishes that he is the father of the boy, Casey feels a little more relieved. It does not take long to get her angry when Drew announces that his son is not going to be participating in her sissy ballet classes anymore.
Drew Byrne is attracted to Casey the minute he sees her, but he ignores his feelings since he will probably never see her again. Besides, he knows they are from different classes, and she would never go for the 'love them and leave them' type. Imagine his surprise when he just keeps running into Casey everywhere he goes. Suddenly, Drew is seeing things in a whole new light. It just might be time to settle down with the woman who has won his heart, Casey.
KISS ME, DANCER is breath-taking. It is a truly inspiring romance about two polar opposites finding love when and where they least expect it. I am still amazed that KISS ME, DANCER is written by a husband and wife team. I honestly cannot tell where one ends and the other starts. With KISS ME, DANCER, Alicia and Roy Street have created a fast-paced and captivating story filled with memorable characters. I cannot wait to read the next book, TOUCH ME AND TANGO, in their fun Dance 'n' Luv series. I am sure it will be just as enjoyable as KISS ME, DANCER.
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