Moni seeks the healing touch that only another woman can give, but Paige turns out to be a heartbreaker. Devastated, Moni vows to never get close to a woman again—until she looks into Katherine’s sweet, seductive eyes.
Among her varied careers, Marianne K. Martin has been a public school teacher, a photojournalist and collegiate field hockey coach. She currently resides in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
|Publisher:||Bywater Books MI|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Among her varied careers, Marianne K. Martin has been a public school teacher, a photojournalist, and collegiate field hockey coach. She currently resides in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Dawn of the Dance is one of the most fantastic romantic novels I have read. I mean it. Ok, yes, it does have detail...so if you have issues with lesbians you might want to steer clear. But maybe you want to read it anyways because it really makes you think of what it's like to be treated differently because of who you are. And it's funny, too, because it makes you realize (for others like me out in the world) that when you really need the help, there is someone who cares enough to hold on to you. Someone who loves you because of who you are. Also, the author skips the details of the trees and the flowers and the sunshine and gets you so analytically emersed into the minds of the characters, you forget that they exist only on paper... Anyways, lots of love, laughter, and serious/downright truths to behold. Read it. Definitly.
Dont waste your time buying this book.