A Dangerous Dance

A Dangerous Dance Maggie Pearce feels trapped in her loveless marriage to a Scottsdale stock broker English actor and heartthrob John Harrison s relationship with his bombshell costar isn t everything it seems When Mag

  • Title: A Dangerous Dance
  • Author: Jude Johnson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Maggie Pearce feels trapped in her loveless marriage to a Scottsdale stock broker English actor and heartthrob John Harrison s relationship with his bombshell costar isn t everything it seems When Maggie and John meet, sparks fly and desires ignite but their attraction could destroy everything they ve worked for Is a love that appears to be destiny worth the hell they dMaggie Pearce feels trapped in her loveless marriage to a Scottsdale stock broker English actor and heartthrob John Harrison s relationship with his bombshell costar isn t everything it seems When Maggie and John meet, sparks fly and desires ignite but their attraction could destroy everything they ve worked for Is a love that appears to be destiny worth the hell they d have to pay

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      Published :2019-08-21T10:20:11+00:00

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    • Jude Johnson

      Jude Johnson is the granddaughter of a curandera and considers herself native by proxy to Arizona She speaks moderately effective Bad Border Spanish and knows just enough Welsh to yell unique words while driving through construction zones.

    440 thoughts on “A Dangerous Dance

    • This is a great, quick read for a small price. The story left me wanting to read the next one. And I would also like to know more of the secondary characters as well. The story played out well and seemed completely plausible. I dislike stories that ask the reader to make huge leaps of imagination. I had fun casting this in my head with real actors.Sorry for the shite review. I need to stop doing these on my phone.


    • A Dangerous Dance explores the dilemma of two unavailable people meeting and feeling an instant, deep bond. The author does a nice job of setting up the story. The intensity of their connection comes across well, and doesn't seem forced. Dialog flows nicely, as does the prose. The characters are likable, with more depth than one might expect to find in 85 pages. The one exception would be Maggie's husband, who is horrid. It's nice that he's so awful, because it makes it easy to wish Maggie would [...]


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