“Come Dancing is not your typical girl meets musician type of story. It revolves around Julia, who works as an assistant editor at a publishing company. One night while at a club dancing, she captures the attention of a guitarist, Jake Kipling. Who just happens to be in her favorite band called The Floor. Though she is a little star-struck, she doesn’t act like it, and she even declines his request to walk her to her apartment. There is no insta-love here, but they do develop an instant attraction to each other. Julia doesn’t give in easily though and Jack has to work for it a little, to get Julia to go out with him. Which he isn’t really used to, since he is a famous musician.
Come Dancing was a fun contemporary romance. … I did like Julia a lot, and I was really hoping she would get a happy ending. Jack is a pretty interesting character as well. He does like to party, but there is more to him than just those things. He actually appreciates women who are smart and can hold their own, which is one of the things he happens to like about Julia. There is music, hot sex, drugs, dancing, crazy groupies, misunderstandings, and romance all set against the backdrop of New York during the 1980s. It was an interesting world to read about. I haven’t read a lot of romances involving musicians, but this one was a good one. I’m glad I found out about this author. I will definitely take a look at future books by her.”
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