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    Fun and Sexy!

    Ballroom dancing, reality shows, a sexy, talented Latina dancer, a handsome, rugged, Alaskan outdoorsman, a secret or two... put them all together, shake 'em up and what do you get? A fun, sexy romance that owes everything to Dancing with the Stars. :) Gina is a ballroom dancer, one of the best of the best. She refuses to play the showmance games her producers propose with her new partner, Stone. Drop dead, gorgeous, reality star Stone. The only problem is, as they get to know each other, they start to like each other and of course there's no denying the sexy sparks that flare between them. Take the Lead is sexy and fun, especially for fans of Dancing with the Stars. They'll recognise some familiar.... um... types, shall we say. I got a special kick of out Kevin, the golden boy of the show who gets the best partners and seems to win more than his fair share of the competitions. Oh, does THAT sound familiar! *LOL* There's also a J-Lo type secondary character. Both of the lead characters have their flaws and their obstacles to overcome. Gina doesn't want fall into the stereotypical characterisation of Latina women in entertainment, nor to present a questionable role model for her nieces. Stone needs to protect his family with well-meaning lies. Reality TV is a bitch. *LOL* The development of the romance may seem a little rushed, but you know.. I kept thinking of Kym and Robert on DWTS and how we watched them fall in love on the show, so it all works for me. The sex was steamy and the banter fun. Are you a fan of DWTS and a romance reader? Read this book. You'll have fun.
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