Fever by Tonya Plank
My rating: 1 of 5 stars
I would not have thought it possible for a writer to take something as sensual, sexy, and romantic as ballroom dance and suck the lifeblood out of it.
First, this is not book one in a series, it is part one of a serial novel, and a very long, very tedious, very repetitive beginning it is. I know dance lessons are tediously repetitive, but a novel should not be.
It took me three tries to make it to the end, and by the time I got there, I didn't even care that it was THREE HUNDRED PAGES OF BEGINNING with no story resolution. I was just so damn glad it was finally over.
Tedious. Repetitive. The most boring ballroom dance story I have EVER read. A "how-to" NOT write a dance story. Okay, originally two stars (because I slogged my way to the very end, hoping for some sort of payoff. But now on review. ONE.
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