Dancing on a Moonbeam

Dancing on a Moonbeam

by Kate Perry

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Overview

Eleanor Westwood-Fehr gave up being a prima ballerina for dreams of love. Big mistake-one she won't make again.

Part 1
Determined, Eleanor won't let anything stop her from opening a dance studio. Not her doubts. Not her teenage daughter. And certainly not her new mysterious neighbor, no matter how enticing he might be...

Part 2
Eleanor Westwood strikes a deal with her neighbor: if Max withdraws the complaint that stopped renovation on her dance studio, she'll help him with his movie score. Being a muse shouldn't be hard, right?

Part 3
What's supposed to be a simple deal becomes so much more as Eleanor lets Max dance his way into her heart. It should be win-win, except Eleanor isn't sure she can ever be triumphant in love...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781944560089
Publisher: Firelight & Fairy Dust Unlimited, Inc.
Publication date: 04/11/2016
Series: Bedfalls Falls , #2
Pages: 392
Product dimensions: 5.04(w) x 7.94(h) x 0.80(d)

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Dancing on a Moonbeam 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
great+read%2C+need+more
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great characters and lovely story
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
yes%21++there+is+live+and++love++after++30
Anonymous 9 days ago
As a once ballerina myself, married and had two daughters. Then divorced this story was close to my own tale. Ballet never leaves your soul.
Anonymous 11 days ago
Instead of feeling like I was reading yet another new author, I felt like Kate Perry opened a window and introduced me to her friends. The newly divorced society wife, once a ballerina, feels she gave up the dance she loved for a man who played her false, and is adrift with an insolent teen daughter.Equally engaging is the enigmatic man who moves in, albeit temporarily, next door. He's supposed to be rewriting a movie score that will score him big rewards, but he finds he is uninspired.A dozen or so well-written and rounded out characters fill this book with really enjoyable wit, real life emotion, and ex-is-still-driving-me-nuts moments that divorcees, attorneys, judges, and court personnel will recignize.I find that many writers write about almost perfect characters in this genre. I found this main character delightfully human in her failings.There is much to be learned here, in how to relate to a teenager, or to an aging parent. There'
Anonymous 10 months ago
This book will warm you.Do not miss.