Waltz With A Stranger

Waltz With A Stranger

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"Aurelia wasn't hiding exactly. She just needed to get out of the crush of the ballroom--away from the people staring at her scar, pitying her limp. She was still quite enjoying the music from the conservatory. And then a complete stranger--dashing, debonair, kind--asked her to waltz. In the strength of his arms, she felt she could do anything. But both would be leaving London soon.... When they meet again a year later, everything has changed. She's no longer a timid mouse. And he's now a titled gentleman--with a fiancee. Is the magic of one stolen moment, one undeniable connection enough to overcome a scandal that would set Society ablaze and tear their families apart?"--P. [4] of cover.
Publisher: Naperville, Ill. : Sourcebooks Casablanca, c2012.
ISBN: 9781402273223
Branch Call Number: FIC Sherw
Characteristics: 434 pages : 18 cm.


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RomanceAddict Aug 22, 2019

Review excerpt: "There are some wonderful parts to this story, especially when James brings Amy, Aurelia, and their family to his estate in Cornwall, and James is much more himself, at home and happy in the place he loves most. The differences between Amy and Aurelia become more acutely identifiable here, as well, though neither of them is totally ecstatic or totally miserable.

What disappointed me was that the book held the promise of so much more, and was ultimately flat and somewhat forgettable. It was very quiet in its development – something I usually like and prefer to big displays of infodump and insistence on great drama – but when there were strong emotions, even appropriately strong emotions to be discussed, they just weren't there."


May 19, 2014

Enjoyed this book. It progresses slowly non the less written well.

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