- File Size: 466 KB
- Print Length: 160 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: December 20, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B008ONMSJG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #498,517 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Touch Me And Tango (Dance 'n' Luv Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Touch Me And Tango by Alicia and Roy Street is a delightful story filled with reunited lovers, a lost treasure, and enough twists and turns to keep this reader turning the pages. I highly recommend this book for a fun, fast-paced read!
The sexual tension begins as soon as the hero and heroine see each other again for the first time in ten years, and it holds until the end. The writing style is smooth and kept me turning pages until the story reached a most satisfying climax. Congratulations to the authors on this wonderful addition to the Dance 'n' Luv series!
Parker Richardson has never forgotten Tanya or the way she hurt him. He's convinced himself he's gotten over her and moved on; until he's face to face with her again.
I loved Parker the instant he was introduced in Kiss Me, Dancer. What's not to love? At seventeen Parker took over his father's lawn care business and the responsibility of providing for his mother and sister's. Ten years later he's a drool worthy man in more than deed with a body hewn from hard honest labor and a steadfastness that just doesn't quit. As I said, what's not to love?
Tanya was a selfish spoiled little rich girl who seduced Parker, the gardener's son. For over three years they carried on a clandestine affair until, afraid of what she felt for Parker and reacting to her father's betrayal, Tanya cruelly throws Parker's love back in his face and runs away to Europe.
Thanks to her mother Eva's accident Tanya is back in North Cove. She's never forgotten Parker nor has he forgotten her but do they remember each other for the right reasons or all the wrong ones?
TOUCH ME AND TANGO is an adventurous romantic romp with the additional thrill of a hidden treasure map and a dangerous threat from Parker's past to mix things up a bit. There's still the warm sense of community and extended family that was so appealing in Kiss Me, Dancer but TOUCH ME AND TANGO has a feistier attitude. If anyone deserved a spirited adventure it's Parker and it was a treat to be along for the ride.
As usual there are wonderfully rounded secondary characters.Read more ›
The story of Tanya Gentolliano, professional ballroom dance and Parker Richardson, gardener and landscaper, it is the classic rich girl falls for poor boy that happened to be part of the hired help. And as this type of stories goes, Tanya, the rich girl is a spoiled brat while Parker might be poor but he has integrity.
Tanya and Parker fell in love when they were 19 and though they had been separated for a decade, seeing each other again when Tanya had to go home to North Cove due to a family emergency, they found out that they still had feelings for each other.
But, the unresolved issues they had 10 years ago still hover over them. Add financial troubles, hidden treasures plus a current lover and an old nemesis together with family and friends make up the menagerie that Tanya and Parker has to muddle through before they could find their happily ever after.
An enjoyable read with dramatic moments that will tug at your heartstrings; this book is rated PG 13 due to one sex scene (very mild) and some violence.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
just finished finished reading this book. Loved the prequel and the first book now on to the 3rd book. happy readingPublished 21 months ago by Sandy L
This is a good story with just the right amount of twists to keep you reading! Will buy the series.Published on October 3, 2013 by Lisa Bird Denman
I'm not sure why I like this book. I hated the... oh cute me, skinny me, pretty me, that was on almost every other page. I hated the on again off again love. Read morePublished on July 7, 2013 by Sherri
Very well written, never letting you second guess the next page.thought-provoking and especially the theory the mother had, which eventually provided a rather nice ending.Published on March 31, 2013 by Don L
I suppose there are a finite number of story lines, but the best writers find ways to freshen their tale . This is stale and predictable. Read morePublished on January 30, 2013 by jsw54
When her mother breaks her leg and needs help, professional ballroom dancer Tanya Gentilliano packs up her dancing shoes and heads to her hometown, only to find that things are far... Read morePublished on January 17, 2013 by Lily
This was a quick read. I just "liked" it, didn't "love" it. Why? Because the authors didn't develop scenes with the emotional tension I was anticipating from their own set-up! Read morePublished on October 29, 2012 by Kate
Parker and Tanya story and their treasure hunt was a fun, quick read. I read Touch Me And Tango first, but the order I read the Dance 'n' Luv series didn't matter. Read morePublished on September 25, 2012 by Sharlyn A. Dimick
I found this book on Amazon and ordered the free digital copy, then discovered that it was posted on a facebook group that I participate it. Read morePublished on September 24, 2012 by Amazon Customer