A Dance for Christmas by Reina Torres
Ornamental Match Maker, Book 6
December 9, 2018
Sweet Contemporary Romance/Holiday-Christmas/Novella
Sometimes love could use a little push – Mrs. Claus is ready with a little magic for the Holiday Season
For the last ten years, Laura Chun put her heart and soul into becoming a physical therapist and sharing her love of dance with young students. When she receives an ornament and a mysterious message, she chalks it up to a Secret Santa – or in this case Mrs. Claus. It comes at the perfect time. A former student invites her to dance in the Nutcracker with her… & her father.
Matthew Benson would do anything for his daughter, Juliet. After they lost her mother years ago to a sudden illness it’s been just the two of them. Now Juliet’s earned the role of her young lifetime in a local ballet company. The only obstacle is that each dancer’s parents are expected to appear on stage. Juliet asks her favorite dance teacher to step in, and soon Matthew understands why his daughter thinks Laura hung the moon. He’s losing his heart to her as well.
Spending hours rehearsing together brings Laura and Matthew closer together and soon their onstage family may just become one offstage as well.
Will they take the chance and have… A Dance for Christmas?
Take The Chance And Dance
This is a love story, a sweet love story. A single father with an adorable preteen daughter and her former dance teacher. Soon after Laura receives an ornament from Mrs. Claus, she is reconnected with a former student and her father. They spend hours together rehearsing, getting to know each other, and grow closer. Sweet Contemporaries are one of my favorite genre Ms. Torres writes because she writes them so well. Take a break this crazy holiday season and enjoy A Dance for Christmas.
Reviewed by Comfy Chair Books/Lisa Reigel (December 10, 2018)
ARC provided by author
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Love – Romance – Books Aren’t they all the same thing? Oh, I sure hope so! I’ve been reading romance books for what seems like forever. When I was a teen, the days that I wasn’t in dance class after school I’d go to the mall to wait for my mom to finish work for the day and my haunt of choice… Waldenbooks. (I think I just showed my age there.) Whether it was Scottish Lairds, Medieval Knights, Regency Gents, Rough and Tumble Cowboys, or handsome modern Heroes, I loved them all! There was always another hero and heroine to follow through page after page of breathless love! I really hope that my readers will enjoy some of the same thrills as discover characters to love between the pages of my books.