Slow Dance in Purgatory

Slow Dance in Purgatory

by Amy Harmon
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Slow Dance in Purgatory 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
hootonhh More than 1 year ago
Maggie and Johnny may seem like your typical first love story. They find in one another a soul mate, someone they never though would be able to understand them or accept them for who they REALLY are. The only problem with that, Johnny Kinross is for lack of better word, a ghost. After a terrible accident back in 1958 causes Johnny to disappear life seems to go on without him, that is until he meets Maggie, a shy new girl who loves to dance. When Maggie can see Johnny after 50 years of being invisible, their story only just begins to unfold... I adored this book. I felt as though from the beginning it got right into the action. Often times I feel like books take the first 40 or so pages to get into the story, but this one seemed to take off right from the beginning. The ending was perfect too. I can't wait to see what happens next. I felt like the characters were well written and likable. I loved reading Johnny's reactions to things that were in the modern day and Maggie's reactions to his vocabulary. There are so many questions I still have that I can't wait to see if they will be answered in the next book. This was a fun and fast read. I highly recommend it to anyone. In a time of books where there is little left to the imagination, it was nice to see a sort of innocence of first love brought back. Amy Harmon is a great writer and I hope she continues to write more books like this one. Great twist on the typical YA paranormal romance. Great Job
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MamaEm More than 1 year ago
This book is addicting!!! Easy and a fun read! I love that the story got right into the "action". I'm glad it ended the way it did too. I can't wait for the second one to come out!