Shall We Dance?
At twenty-seven, Shannon Murphy has just discovered that she has two sisters she never knew. Now, through Shannon’s loving persistence, the three of them are moving in together above her dance studio in Bridgeport. Shannon is excited to make a home with her sisters and to grow her budding business. Then she meets her newest client—he has all the right muscles, a perfect...more
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I love books with the central topic of family especially where everybody loves and supports their siblings unconditionally. The book has an unusual premise of three sisters, separated after the death of their mother when they were toddlers, finding each other when they are all in their late twenties and moving in to live together for year in order to get to know each other better. Add a wholesome romance between a local police officer/caring and protective ...more
Family, love and overcoming your fears play a central role in this story with a Christian message that is not overbearing but quietly strong.
I received an ARC via Edelweiss and this is my honest and ...more
Shannon, Traci, and Kimber were separated as children. Two of them were adopted, one grew up in a group home. When they finally find one another, they leave everything behind to live together for one year. A "getting to know you" year. As these three sisters are learning about one another, they become entwined with Dylan and his sister Jennifer, helping to overcome obstacles. Throw in a little falling in love and there's your story.
Shannon has recently discovered that she has two sisters that she was separated from when they were very young through separate adoptions. She convinces them both to move with her to Ohio and live together in a loft over the ballroom dancing studio she is opening. She's excited about connecting with her sisters and her new business. Enter Dylan. He's her new dance client, but he puts her off when he tells her that he's ...more
Shannon and her sisters were separated when still small children by DCS and sent to different locations. Shannon convinced both sisters to live together for a year as they get to know each other.
Dylan, who is a police officer, and Shannon's sisters' new partner, lost a bet and has to take dance lessons from Shannon. He's pleasantly surprised when he shows for late for his first lesson. The ...more
I really loved this story. If you like clean romance with a touch of police drama then I think you will really like this story too. A nice touch was the dance quotes at the beginning of each chapter. I would love to chat with you about this story… but then I would run the chance of spoiling the story for you… because discovering all the bits and pieces of the story is why we read our novels… Oops almost forgot to share that I received an ARC of this story ...more
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We meet police officer Dylan Lange when he looses a bet and is forced to take dance lessons with Shannon. But what he thought would be torture, changes when he meets ...more
Shelley Shepard Gray has published over seventy novels. She currently writes Amish romances for Harper Collins, Kensington, and Simon & Schuster and contemporary women’s fiction for Blackstone Publishing.
Her novels have been Holt Medallion winners and Inspirational Readers Choice and Carol finalists. Shelley’s novels have appeared on both the ...more