Una vida entera persiguiendo sus sueños le había dejado a Lindsay Dunne poco tiempo para el amor. Hasta que conoció a Seth Bannion, un arquitecto irresistible y tío de una talentosa bailarina, y ambos decidieron aliarse para procurarle a la joven un brillante futuro. Lindsay se había propuesto enseñar a Ruth Bannion a canalizar toda su pasión en el ballet, pero lo que no...more
Lindsay was fun to spend time with. I really liked her and how certain she is of her goals and what she wants to do with her life. I particularly like that she's willing to stand in the teeth of her mother's ambition for her and I found that remarkable and illuminating of her character.
Seth is a great big glumphing ...more
I'm on to Ruth's story.
This is a keeper for me and a reread for sure.
This did not feel like a Nora Roberts book. The storyline was dull, the characters were boring and unrelatable, and the dialogue was weak. Nora Roberts is my favorite author, but this book fell short. The writing was amateur and fell far beneath the bar for this author.
There was only one issue I had, which is an issue I have with a lot of her books, which is drama for drama sake at the very end, to get that one final romance conflict. Plus, Seth came off like a complete jack ass.
But I still at least liked this one, and that's something.