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Publisher's Summary

A lifetime of dedication to dance left Lindsay Dunne little time for romance. That is until she meets brooding architect Seth Bannion, the guardian of a talented young ballerina in Lindsay's class. As Lindsay and Seth clash over their hopes for the girl's future, passions flare...and Lindsay receives a crash course in the art of love.
©2009 Nora Roberts (P)2009 Audible, Inc.
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Critic Reviews

"Her stories have fueled the dreams of twenty-five million readers." ( Entertainment Weekly)
"Roberts is deservedly one of the best known and widely read of all romance writers." ( Library Journal)
"You can't bottle wish fulfillment, but Nora Roberts can certainly knows how to put it on the page." ( The New York Times)
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2 out of 5 stars
By Tracy on 12-04-10

Not a bad novel, but not a good narrator

According to Nora Roberts website this book was first published in 1983, So it was written very early on in her career. I wish the first publishment dates were listed in Audible, it would make selecting books from some authors a little easier. Since this was one of her earlier novels it's not as strong as her later books like The Villa or her Gallaher series. Despite that, it stands up well next to most romance books by other authors. The character depelopment isn't as strong in this story - especially concerning the male love interest - and it didn't have as much humor as her later books. Still, it's a decent enough story. The narrator, however, makes this story an almost painful listen. She reads with a voice that seems to be geared to toddlers; stretching out words and exaggerating expressions. At the least it was distracting, but mostly it was aggravating. I doubt I will listen to this a second time and I don't think I'll buy the sequal book to this one. (I think the title for the next one is Dance of Dreams.)

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2 out of 5 stars
By Alison on 10-25-09

All NR books are not created equal

I have loved NR for years and have enjoyed equally her early and more recent works. This book did not live up to the standards that I expect from a NR book, and the narrarator was terrible.

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11 of 12 people found this review helpful

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