Dancing in the Dark

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Harlequin Books, 2002 - Fiction - 256 pages
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Welcome to Twin Oaks -- the new B and B in Cooper's Corner. Some come for pleasure, others for passion -- and one to set things straight.Wendy Monroe was an Olympic hopeful in skiing...and madly in love with Seth Castleman. But an accident shattered her skiing dreams -- and caused her to leave Seth rather than tell him the painful secret behind her injuries. Wendy has now returned to Cooper's Corner with a desire to mend her broken body and heart. Now, more than ever, she needs Seth's strength and love.

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I actually liked this book and it kept my attention through out it. I wasn't a big fan of Wendy's but I like hearing about Maureen and Clint in the series of this set. Can't wait to read another one. Read full review


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Sandra Marton is a bestselling romance writer. As a child she began her literary career before she could even read by having her mother write down the poems that she created. Marton wrote her first story at the age of seven. She has since written over 100 romance novels, and her works have been published in twenty languages. Marton has received eight Romantic Times awards for Best Harlequin Presents of the Year, as well as the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award for Series Romance. Marton has also won the Holt Medallion and two Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Awards for Best Mills & Boon Modern Romance of the Year.

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