Dancing on a Moonbeam Part 1 – by Kate Perry
Series: Bedford Falls
Release: 10th March 2016
Eleanor Westwood-Fehr gave up being a prima ballerina for dreams of love. Big mistake—one she won’t make again.
Determined, she 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…
*** I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review ***
Dancing on a Moonbeam is part one of Eleanor Westwood’s story by Kate Perry. As a fan of Kate’s, I was eager to start this one I love being in the world of Kate.
Recently divorced Eleanor has the plan to open up her a dance school. Ballet has always been a great love of hers, and it was something she regrettably gave up when she got married. She wants to move on from the past and plan for the future, and nothing is going to get in her way. However, things don’t go to plan due to her sexy new mysterious neighbor Max.
As this is part one, it is a short read, but it’s not short of the sparkle and magic that I have come to expect from the lovely Kate Perry. Dancing on a Moonbeam is about love, taking chances, second chances, having faith in yourself, and not giving up. I like the chemistry between Eleanor and Max they have a love/ hate thing going on and it’s amusing to watch. By the way this one ended, I’m excited to see how things develop further for theses in the next installment, which I’m going dive right into as lucky for me popped up in my inbox last night.
If you’re a Fan of Kate, you will not be disappointed as it’s a great start to her new series. Love the cover too very pretty!
These are a few of Kate’s favorite things…
The giggle of balloons as they rub together. Resting her head on her sister’s shoulder. The sparkle of the sun setting on the Seine. Accordions, fiddles, the banging of drums! Spinning her sword in figure eights. The sultry confidence wearing her tango shoes. The splatter of bright paint on a canvas. The crisp joy of a mouthful of champagne. And, most of all, LOVE, because nothing’s more important.
Kate writes about all these magical things and Happily Ever After. Her acclaimed Laurel Heights and Summerhill books are international bestsellers, as are her Fillmore & Greenwich and Summerhill series. She’s been translated into several languages. All her books feature sassy, independent women who just want love and earthy men full of heart who are more than able to rise to the occasion.