Waltz This Way

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Waltz This Way

When Melina finds out her older husband has been cheating on her, it suddenly hits her why her keys no longer worked. When he announces their divorce on national TV, she returns to New Jersey, to her dad's retirement community. Since her dad has never liked her husband, he's more than happy to have her there. Then a resident, Myriam, introduces Mel to her nephew, Drew. The attraction is mutual, but Mel thinks she's overweight; she's divorced, and much too old to be living with her dad in his retirement village. Then she's hired as a ballroom instructor at Drew's son's private school to teach the boys how to waltz…and Drew isn't a fan of ballroom dancing.

Waltz This Way is an amusing contemporary romance that will have you laughing out loud, but at the same time commiserating with the amazing characters. Although I haven't had the opportunity to read the other two books, it is the third in the series and I think I'll go back and check out the first two so I can see what I've been missing. I really enjoy Ms. Cassidy's style of writing and I'm always glad to read a book that makes me laugh. The supporting characters in this story make it even more enjoyable. This romance is fun and sexy and will make you run back for more! Waltz This Way is a winner and I highly recommend it!

Book Blurb for Waltz This Way

In her new novel, national bestselling author of Burning Down the Spouse, Dakota Cassidy takes on life, love, and championship ballroom dancing. Get ready to rumba.

Left without a partner...

When former ballroom champion Melina Cherkasov found out that her famous husband was cheating, she was devastated, especially since she was informed by a sleazy reporter on national TV. Thanks to an ironclad prenup and a scumbag ex, Melina has to pack up her dog and her dignity and take refuge in her dad's retirement community in New Jersey.

...it's time to take the lead.

To make ends meet, Melina puts her dancing shoes to use as an instructor at Westmeyer-a private school for boy geniuses. Teaching a bunch of hormonal teenagers to waltz is trying, but the school's sexy handyman provides ample distraction. Drew McPhee is perfect, except for one thing: He doesn't like dancing. Thankfully, the finesse Drew lacks on the floor is more than made up for by his skills in the bedroom. And after one steamy night, the ballroom diva is the one getting swept off her feet...

Night Owl Reviews May, 2012 4.50