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The Splendor Falls by Rosemary Clement-Moore
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Jul 03, 2010

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Sylvie's dreams of being a ballet dancer are shattered when she breaks her leg, and things get worse when her mother sends her to Alabama for a change of scenery. There, she meets Shawn and Rhys, two guys who couldn't be more different, and uncovers something she never thought was possible.

I've always been a fan of Rosemary Clement-Moore. She writes such enjoyable protagonists, always sassy, feisty, with sharp wits and snarky remarks. Sylvie is all of that, and is easily very likable. Rhys was entertaining especially since I love wicked banter between smart characters, and it was fun seeing the normally biting Sylvie think of comebacks on her feet to match Rhys.

All of Clement-Moore's books have supernatural elements, and this one was just as mysterious as the Maggie Quinn series. The only problem was that the book was too long. The beginning could definitely have been shorten and the unraveling of the mystery should have taken up the majority of the novel.

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