Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Krystal's Satin Sheets Romance Review of Kiss Me, Dancer by Roy and Alicia Street #review #romance

Kiss Me Dancer
by Roy & Alicia Street
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: 226 pages

Ballet instructor Casey Richardson takes an immediate dislike to the wealthy, arrogant Drew Byrne when he pulls his nine-year-old son out of her "silly" dance class. Still, she cannot help noticing his smoking hot body and bedroom eyes. 

The last thing she needs is for him to be the only one who can prevent the disaster of losing her dance academy, the dream she has worked so hard to turn into a reality. Can she save her school without losing her heart?

Remarrying is definitely off Drew's list of things to do. He has no problem keeping it a game with some of the world's most beautiful women. So why should his son's challenging, straight talking dance teacher get under his skin in a way no other female has? 

He tells himself it is because Casey is the only one able to bring his shy, uncommunicative son out of his shell. Or is it because Drew has finally met his match?

Krystal Shannan's Review...
This was a sweet, funny, entertaining read. Casey is a dance instructor, struggling to run her own private dance studio. She finds a way to save it, but discovers the price might include a lot of heartache. I enjoyed her spunk and the way she jumped into situations with both feet. 

The story centers around Casey helping one of her young students, Josh, come out of his shell and at the same time she helps the father, Drew, learn to reconnect. It's heartfelt, sincere, and a great love story. The romance between her and Drew is full of drama, humor, and lots of steamy sexual tension. 

Both Drew and Casey will touch your heart. I highly recommend this book to any contemporary romance lover. The Street's have a beautiful team writing style.