"Gabby had to admit her mother was making sense - in a perverse sort of way. "
Anita Brooks and Price Garfield were a perfect pair, both on and off the screen. Until a breakup left them running in other directions and regret was left to fester in their hearts. Now, fifty-five years later, their children are asked to dance their parents routines to help out an old friend in a nostalgia club. Reluctantly Kit and Gabby agree to try it out. But working so closely together might bring them to the same impasses their parents faced. And when emotions get high they'll have to make a choice - just like their parents once did. Meanwhile Anita and Price are forced to face each other once again. And perhaps find the opportunity to correct a mistake? Or will they continue in their pride and anger?
My Opinion: This was a very enjoyable book. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this story. It was almost a dual romance, following Anita and Price at the same time as Kit and Gabby. I loved the intertwining of the stories. I must say though, I felt the Anita and Price story was stronger with more conflict to deal with. The mirrored conflicts were still fun to see. Personally I sympathized with the men more than the women - but that's me. The side characters were not very evident, aside from Lucille, but with four main characters that didn't feel like a problem. Well written and fun - you definitely want to pick this one up.
I received a free copy of this book to review. No other compensation was given. The summary and opinion are 100% my own.