She’s got the rhythm, but he’s got all the right moves.
After years on the road, rock drummer Jon White Feather is home from tour to reassess his music career. When his shy niece begs him to take a ballroom dancing class, Jon agrees, aware he’s not Fred Astaire material. Still, it stings when his sexy-hot instructor—who makes his heart do the cha-cha—deals his ego a low blow: he has no rhythm.
Maggie Buchanan is doing everything to make ends meet since her IT career fizzled, including teaching couples dancing at the community center. She’s prepared for anything—except her immediate attraction to the bad boy rocker who doesn’t know his right foot from his left.
As Jon sets out to prove he can rock his body—and hers—their sexual chemistry burns a path across the dance floor, straight to the bedroom. And Maggie wasn’t expecting a man with limited dance skills would know exactly how to sweep her off her feet.
Cindy’s Review: For those that don’t know, this is a sequel to a 2008 anthology called Wicked Garden where we first met Jon White Feather. Jon was a bit wilder in those days.
In this book we find him tired of the touring and rock star life and is finally home after a long stint of being on the road thinking of retiring from the band.
His niece has roped home into being her partner in ballroom dancing lessons even though he’s told her he has two left feet.. In the first lesson we find out he is not kidding 🙂 He is also surprised at his instant attraction to the teacher of class Maggie Buchanan.
Maggie has always loved dancing but when it started to interfere with her grades in college and her brother step in and said she needed to give up the dream and concentrate on getting a education and get a real job she put it aside to to get her degree. Years later she is laid off from her IT job and decides to teach dance as a supplemental income.
She too is attracted to Jon and they start smoking up the sheets. But Jon doesn’t tell her about his other outside offers from other bands and she isn’t upfront with him or herself on what she really wants to do in life either.
There was a really cool surprise guest appearance at the beginning 🙂 And we also get to see how Eden and Billy are doing. Billy is Maggie’s brother and if you’ve read the first book you know why there is a little issue from Billy about his sister dating Jon.
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