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In Heaven's Price she has written a deliciously sensual novel of a woman torn between her career and her heart. Blair Simpson thought she had it all — a satisfying career as a dancer, a great Manhattan apartment and no emotional entanglements. But when Blair injures her knees dancing she is forced to put her life on hold and move to Long Island to recuperate. Blair has never met anyone like her new landlord Sean, who questions her methods and her lifestyle at every turn. Yet Blair is determined to continue dancing, even if it means risking her health. What she can't see, until it's much too late, is that while she's healing her body, she's losing her heart... as Sean makes her question her most intimate beliefs—about men, about love, and mostly, about herself. Now, as professional duty and her passionate yearnings clash, she must choose the right course for them both. Sexy, touching, and deeply satisfying, here is one of Sandra Brown's classic romances available in hardcover for the first time, and available to her devoted readers for thefirst time in more than 10 years.
Embracing a life most people only dream about, Blair devoted her days as well as her nights to dancing on Broadway. Now an injury has sent her to a small town for six long months of recuperation. And there, unable to lose herself in her dancing, Blair is caught off guard by her attraction to her new landlord, Sean Garrett. Reissue.
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Posted February 14, 2013
This novel was one of the best novels I have read. The novel gives great imagery and details. The novel is based on a young female ballerina who moved into a new apartment and she has met this tall, handsome, guy who has a muscular body. As time passes by they start to grow feelings towards each other and they become a couple.
Posted August 8, 2011
This book was the best I ever read. I totally enjoyed it. I recommended this book to friends of mine. I must have read this book at least 50 times, and will read it some more.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 14, 2008
I've loved some of the other novels by Sandra Brown, this one was okay but definitely not one of her better novels. After the first few chapters I was like 'Somebody hold the phone, please tell me this guy Sean has some terminal disease and that's why he's coming onto Blair so fast.' Thankfully though, he seemed to cool down in his pusuit and give the leading lady time to think. Overall I did enjoy the novel.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 4, 2007
this is the first sandra brown's novel that i had ever read. and i instantly fell in love with it. before i only read local romance novels because of the difficulty of reading foreign-language books'iam a filipino.but because of heaven's price it makes me yearn for more. ohh! i love the hard headness of the heroine-Blair Simpson and i love more the seductive attitude of Sean Garnett. i love how he makes Blair obeys to him through his tactical but sensual ways. It really gave me goosebumps though on a good side. i really felt my self 'kinikilig' deliciously shivering as i turn every page of this novel. I also likes the point that despite living in Manhattan, New York, Blair manage to preserve her virginity, something for a conservative girl like me really counts a lot. That's all. Thank you. Ivy B. Yee from the PhilippinesWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.