She used to be a ballerina…At the height of Kerry Guthrie’s success, an accident cut short her career. Now she’s on her feet again, teaching young dancers and hoping for a comeback. Then she butts heads with the policeman father of her 15-year-old star student, and feels a new kind of spark. Detective Chris Layne comes from a different world. Can he and Kerry work together to make his daughter’s dreams come true, especially since he and his daughter are increasingly at odds? Along the way, Kerry must find her balance and decide where her heart really lies. Author Jacqueline Diamond has sold more than 90 novels, from romantic comedies and Regency romances to mysteries. Her publishers include Harlequin, St. Martin’s Press and Berkley. A former Associated Press reporter and TV columnist in Los Angeles, she keeps up with readers on Facebook at JacquelineDiamondAuthor. Cover photo by Bill Davenport Jacqueline Diamond writes interesting stories that her readers can immerse themselves in and forget about the “real” world for a while. Her books are very well thought out and multifaceted, giving us characters that we love to read about. --Donna Zapf, Cataromance Jacqueline Diamond's romances contain families, not just the couples but the whole family falling in love. That's because her books are home and community with a "you'll meet no strangers here" attitude. --Michele Schram, WeReallyDig I have been a longtime fan of Jacqueline Diamond’s and have always enjoyed her books. --Kathy Boswell, The Best Reviews Jacqueline Diamond is one of my favorite Harlequin writers and it's because her books are emotionally charged, leaving you feeling warm and cozy. --Tracy Farnsworth, Roundtable Reviews Other books you might enjoy by Jacqueline Diamond Contemporary romances A Warm December Capers and Rainbows Old Dreams, New Dreams Unlikely Partners Regency Romances A Lady of Letters A Lady’s Point of View (only 99 cents) Lady in Disguise Song for a Lady The Day-Dreaming Lady The Forgetful Lady Mysteries Danger Music The Eyes of a Stranger
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