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Straitlaced marriage therapist Claudia Davis had a plan - and it definitely did not involve getting pregnant from a one-night stand or falling for a gorgeous French actor. Could her life possibly get any more complicated?
In a word: oui!
When Claudia takes a tumble in her grandmother’s San Diego dance studio, she awakens to her past life in 1950s Paris in the body of Ruby Kerrigan, the glamorous star of a risqué cabaret - and the number one suspect in a gruesome murder investigation. With the police hot on her trail and a handsome French doctor lighting a fire in her sinfully beautiful new body, Claudia has just five days to unmask the true killer and clear Ruby’s name. But to do so she must make an impossible choice, one that will change the course of both of her lives forever.
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By Cini on 07-31-14
What would have made Dancing with Paris better?
The writing is weak and repetitive (I get it, the croissants are buttery). I question the author's research. How did this get published? I'm glad I only paid $4.95.
Has Dancing with Paris turned you off from other books in this genre?
No, not at all. But I will avoid this author in the future.
What do you think the narrator could have done better?
The narrator was fine, not the very best I've heard but certainly not the worst, either.
What character would you cut from Dancing with Paris?
There wasn't one specific problematic character. The trouble with the story is the writing.
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By Janels on 05-29-14
Not awful, for a fantasy, time travel piece
I didn't expect much from this, with the time travel element added to the fantasy, but it wasn't bad. Kind of a combination of Alice in Wonderland, Cinderella, and The Wizard of Oz--even down to the ruby red shoes. It gets into a bit of trouble with the ending resolution (do babies en vitro time travel too?), but somewhat entertaining if you get it inexpensively.
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