Fever: A Ballroom Romance Boxed Set

Fever: A Ballroom Romance Boxed Set

by Tonya Plank

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Overview

Rory's ballet career was destroyed by family tragedy and illness. Now, at the start of her law career, she finds herself unfulfilled and uncomfortable in her skin. But when she meets tantalizing, mysterious Russian ballroom dancer, Sasha, her passions for life and dance are immediately rekindled.


Since leaving his Siberian family as a small child, Sasha's lifelong dream has been to become world Latin ballroom champion. He's nearly there, but can't seem to get past second place. He hasn't found the right partner. But he instantly recognizes Rory's talent and falls hard for her, in more ways than one. But she also reminds him of great pain from his past.


Sasha must convince Rory to leave her law career, and all that she has worked for in her adult life, to train full time for competition. They must both conquer deep-seated traumas and battle jealous and vengeful former partners who try to sabotage them, along with life-threatening demons from their pasts, in order for their partnership – both on and off the dance floor – to survive.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151143202
Publisher: Dark Swan Press
Publication date: 07/20/2015
Series: Infectious Rhythm , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 895 KB

About the Author

After working for many years as a criminal appeals attorney in New York, Tonya Plank now lives and writes in Southern California. A former amateur ballroom dancer, she wrote the dance blog, Swan Lake Samba Girl, which was lauded by James Wolcott in his Vanity Fair blog, and by Terry Teachout, of the Wall Street Journal, among others. Her first novel, Swallow, won several awards, including gold medals in the Independent Publisher and the Living Now Book Awards, and was a finalist in ForeWord’s Book of the Year and the National Indie Excellence Awards.

When not writing, she enjoys taking road trips with her rescue dog, Sofia, devouring Mexican food and Cadillac margaritas, sweating to dance-based workouts, cuddling up with her cats and a good book, and seeing dance performances of any kind. Her favorite places in the world are Lincoln Center in New York City, the Pacific Coast Highway from Laguna Beach to San Francisco, and the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab, Utah.

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Fever: A Ballroom Romance Boxed Set 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a beautiful set of perfectly connected book.
Pure_Jonel More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed the realism of the story. Plank creates a well-placed world gives readers a real sense of what is happening around them. At times I really felt immersed in the world of dance. The difference between the different styles of dance was paramount to the tale. She develops both the sensuality and the technicality of ballroom dancing. At the same time, she tackles some more in depth and intricate subjects, adding more complexity to the tale. Her smooth narrative makes for an enjoyable read as her descriptions heighten the tale, taking it from real to vivid. I really enjoyed getting a deeper look at the individuals that we met in the first novel. I really felt for Rory throughout, even if I didn’t always agree with her actions. This dichotomy had me wanting to get to know her even better. I didn’t feel as if I could connect with them enough to fully immerse myself in the story. The variety of personality types did give a sense of community throughout, and made for some interesting interpersonal relationships. As a whole this was a quite enjoyable series. The character development continued throughout while life in the realm of ballroom dancing became very real for me. I appreciated the way in which she developed the world in which her characters live. But I will warn readers, this is a series that definitely should be read in order for full impact. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.