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Step-Ball-Change by Jeanne Ray
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Jan 27, 09

Read in January, 2009

Carolina is a 'sixty-something' wife and mother of four grown children, and a dance instructor. Her only daughter comes home one day with a giant diamond ring on the arms of 'Trey,' son of the town's wealthiest family; her sister, Taffy, shows up with a mountain of luggage because her husband left her; and the foundation to the house is precarious. Their wise contractor, Woodrow, works at his own pace, but while he repairs the foundation, he also works his magic on the lives of the family.

The dance class scenes are fun, and made me wish I had learned tap dancing. The story is a breezy, somewhat predictable, but enjoyable read. The men seem to be either saints or jerks, but the women are very human.

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message 1: by Wyma (new)

Wyma Did Lynn recommend this? A great beach book!

Sheryl Yes, it was suggested by Lynn and Kay. I realized part way into it that I already read it, but it is fun enough that I'm going to finish it. My brain needed a rest!

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