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Dance With Me (Series Introduction/Romantic Suspense) (The Everetts of Tyler Book 1) by [Braeburn, Hayden]
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4.1 out of 5 stars 89 customer reviews
Book 1 of 3 in The Everetts of Tyler (3 Book Series)
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  • It was entertaining, suspenseful, and had enough of a love story to keep it interesting. I have no doubt you'll enjoy this new author as much as I have. I'm excited about her next release because I already feel connected to the characters and am looking forward to how their relationship plays out.-- Slick Reads-- Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews 
  • Hayden packs a whole novel in the size of a novella. It has a strong, sweet love story with just the right amount of suspense. Enough to keep you turning the pages to see what is going to happen next.  If you need a quickie read, enjoy a fast paced suspense, then this is just the book for you.-- The Crazy Granny-- The Jeep Diva
  • You can't help but fall in love with Katerina and Mason. The secondary characters help develop the story and really draw you into their world.-- Janet-- Sugar and Spice Reviews

About the Author

A Virginia native, Hayden Braeburn now finds herself among the bluegrass and rolling hills of Kentucky. Married to her own (former) Marine, and mother to two incredible children, she toils at a day job she actually loves, writing whenever she has a free minute. Admittedly, that makes for a long time between chapters of her serial, SPEEDING (and she really hates to admit how long it takes to write a book) but she sincerely hopes her pieces are worth the wait.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1211 KB
  • Print Length: 124 pages
  • Publisher: Hayden Braeburn; 1 edition (May 24, 2012)
  • Publication Date: May 24, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0085ZVPII
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Dance With Me was such an enjoyable read. I really liked Mason and Katerina and I loved how he protected her and tried to keep her safe and was also willing to help her with her studio. But even though I liked them, I had trouble connecting with them individually and as a couple. They just didn't draw me into their story. I think that I would have been able to connect with them more if the story started out a little earlier in their relationship. I did feel bad for what happened to Mason and I loved the way Hayden wrote how affected he was by it.

I liked Cassidy and Dylan and I can't wait for their book. There were a lot of secondary characters that were involved in the story and I felt like I was missing out on the importance of them~like they already had their story told in a previous book.

Dance With Me was a short, fun, easy read with likable characters and sex scenes that were pretty hot. And I absolutely LOVED LOVED LOVED the ending. The whole last chapter was so good!! I will definitely be looking for more from Hayden. I think that I am going to have to reread this book again at some point and see if my opinion changes.

3 out of 5 rating!!

***Copy provided by Hayden Braeburn~Thanks so much!! :)
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Where do I start in a review I'm so conflicted about? Dance With Me is Braeburn's debut novel and while I found the story line to have lots of potential I just can't say I loved it and thought the execution needed something more.

The book opens with the knowledge that Kat and Mason have been seeing each other nearly a year but have recently broken up due to a fight over whether Mason should help Kat save her beloved dance studio that is in foreclosure. Mason is from an extremely wealthy family and has plenty of funds to help Kat out but her pride won't allow her to accept his help. Especially when he offers while still naked in her bed. Kat justifiably feels like the hooker in the deal and since Mason has neglected to bring their relationship to light after almost a year, they break up.

When Mason shows up a few weeks later to bring the foreclosure paperwork to Kat they immediately make up in light of the revelation that Mason was simply trying to shield Kat from his crazy ex, Priscilla and wasn't ashamed of her in any way. Priscilla has carried a torch for Mason since high school and has managed to run off every girl he's dated since. She has steadily become unstable and when news hits her of Mason proposing to Kat she has a psychotic break.

Framing Kat for drug possession and kidnapping Mason with the intent to rape him are all in a days work for Priscilla and her spoiled psychotic mind. The chick definitely had a screw loose and while I wasn't necessarily scared of her, I thought she had a well wrote personality.

The story line had great promise and I thought overall it was decently done, though it was easy to tell this was a debut novel. The biggest issue I had were the constant perspective changes.
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I have to start out by saying, "I can't believe I waited so long to read this book!" I have had this on my TBR pile for a long while. Given the opportunity to review it, I jumped at it. And boy, am I glad I did. Once I started reading I didn't stop until the end.
I liked the fact it started out with them already in love. Kat and Mason are perfect for each other. The problems that arise from their engagement keeps you turning the pages wanting to know what is going to happen next.
Dance for me is the first book in the series, The Everett's of Tyler, and also the first book by Hayden.
Hayden packs a whole novel in the size of a novella. It has a strong, sweet love story with just the right amount of suspense. Enough to keep you turning the pages to see what is going to happen next.
If you need a quickie read, enjoy a fast paced suspense, then this is just the book for you.
reviewed for thejeepdiva.com
4 ½ stars
3 flames
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The story starts out with Katerina Nemecek stressing over the impending foreclosure of her dance studio when in walks Mason Everett, handsome banker from the wealthiest family in town. He's come to serve her with eviction papers, but instead, we discover that the two have some kind of romantic past together. Rather than evict her, Mason offers to pay off the mortgage and asks Kat to marry him. She says yes. Of course this all seems a bit rushed since the readers really don't know these two yet, but still I decided to read on.
Now, it's time to meet Mason's family. Yes, you read correctly. Mason's fiancé is going to meet his family for the very first time because however close they were before, I guess it wasn't close enough to meet the rest of the Everett's....
Despite the lack of intimacy with these characters, my biggest issue was the way the point of view jumps from one head to another. Isn't it like writing 101 not to change POV's until you start a new chapter? At the very least, add the three asterisk's. Changing the POV every other paragraph was very confusing.
Now, even with all of the above mentioned, there were still some things I enjoyed with the story. I loved that the characters were adults in their thirties, rather than obnoxious teens. (Even though Mason's ex girlfriend, Priscilla was super obnoxious and displayed the mentality of a sixteen year old.) Speaking of Priscilla and Mason, what kind of schmuck just sits back and let's his high school girlfriend sabotage all of his relationships for the next fifteen years? How can anyone find that sexy? No way, Mason was a doozy.
Overall, I just felt that there just wasn't enough depth to any of these characters. I couldn't really care less what happened to any of them.
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