Dancing Shoes and Honky-Tonk Blues [NOOK Book]

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Now LuAnn McLane follows her surprise hit with Dancing Shoes and Honky-Tonk Blues. Despite her two left feet, waitress Abilene Harper joins a reality TV dance competition and cha-chas and rumbas her way into the heart of the TV audience-and into the arms of her sexy dance instructor.
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Overview

Now LuAnn McLane follows her surprise hit with Dancing Shoes and Honky-Tonk Blues. Despite her two left feet, waitress Abilene Harper joins a reality TV dance competition and cha-chas and rumbas her way into the heart of the TV audience-and into the arms of her sexy dance instructor.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101010808
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 5/1/2007
  • Series: Signet Eclipse Series
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 273,080
  • File size: 315 KB

Meet the Author

LuAnn McLane lives in Florence, Kentucky, just outside Cincinnati, Ohio. When she takes breaks from writing, she enjoys long walks with her husband, watching chick flicks with her daughter, and trying to keep up with her three active sons.


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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2007

    If you love Dancing with the Stars, you'll love this!

    I just got done reading this book. It was fun, sexy, and sizzling! I would definitely recommend it to anyone!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 14, 2011

    Great book



    Luann is a breath of fresh air

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  • Posted August 30, 2011

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    Sweet and Charming - A MUST read!

    Dancing with the stars.. Redneck style? This is the plot for Luann Mclane's sexy novel "Dancing Shoes and Honky Tonk Blues". Who knew that a small town klutz would turn into such a sexy dancer in a matter of weeks - Rio, Abby's new love interest, does just that. This novel sizzles and charms better than most books. Its quick, witty, fast paced, and one that can be enjoyed over and over again. I highly recommend this novel to all fans of chick lit and this author. You won't regret reading it! Im excited to pick up some more books by this author, who knows, maybe she will be my new favorite!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2007

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    When Abilene 'Abby' Harper signs on as a contestant on the reality television show, Dancing with the Rednecks, it is mainly for a chance at the $50,000.00 prize. When she is paired with professional ballroom dancer Rio Martin, by far one of the most gorgeous men in the world, the two couldn't be more opposite. Abby lives a simple life, waitressing at her mother's diner, and she would love to be able to help her mother with some much needed renovations, and help her brother get the college education he deserves. Abby and Rio agree that the only heat between them should be on the dance floor, but as they spend several sultry hours together every day, mostly in each other's arms and with neither of them involved with anyone, it's only natural that an attraction would spark and test their resolve.******* Rio Martin isn't happy about being a contestant in the Comedy Channel's dancing spoof, but after he meets Abby and sees her enthusiasm, he is determined to win. Rio takes his dancing very seriously, and will accept nothing less from Abby than her absolute best. Having been burned by another dancer, he is especially wary of getting involved with anyone and has resisted that temptation. Abby Harper, however, is a cool drink of water whose southern hospitality is just a little too tempting for Rio to resist.******* Abby and Rio are polar opposites, but share an intense passion as well as the utmost respect for one another, which seems to make their differences insignificant. Abby's stubborn determination is matched by Rio's willingness to work hard in order to win this competition. *******This latest offering from LuAnn McLane is written in first person her second book in this style, and is excellently written. I am highly impressed with Abby and Rio's story, and I know that readers will settle into this book very comfortably, feeling as if Abby is telling you her story. I swear that I could hear Abby's southern accent and Rio's sexy, smooth accent! Don't miss DANCING SHOES AND HONKY TONK BLUES, it is great fun and I can confidently guarantee that you'll love it.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    This is a fun small town drama

    Reality TV arrives in rural Misty Creek, Kentucky when a ballroom dancing contest is planned. However, most of the contestants signing on take the contest seriously, but the show¿s sponsors are lampooning the locals as redneck hillbillies who would not know what a ballroom looked like let alone be able to perform one the dances.--------------- Local waitress Abby Harper was going to pass as she had no doubt that she and any other ¿yokel¿ was meant to be ridiculed. However, when she learns $50,000 is the winner¿s prize, she signs on although her natural reticence and two left feet make her feel more like a performing clown than a dancer. Her partner is Mexico City ballroom dancing champion Rio Martin. As they rehearse, an attraction ignites even as both are irate that the hosts plan this as a big joke. Led by Rio and Abby, every dancer vows to prove that the hicks can dance with the best city slickers.--------------- This is a fun small town drama starring a delightful seemingly opposites lead couple and an eccentric but likable support cast. The romance flows mostly on the dance floor as Rio is determined to turn Abby into the darling of the cha-cha crowd. Fans will enjoy dancing step by step with this pair and the other contestants especially since the ballroom dance is the most developed ¿character¿ with the cast being predominantly two-step deep.---------------- Harriet Klausner

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