- File Size: 1597 KB
- Print Length: 308 pages
- Publisher: Swerve (December 12, 2017)
- Publication Date: December 12, 2017
- Sold by: Macmillan
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0746N3BWZ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #269,915 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Dance with Me: A Dance Off Novel Kindle Edition
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Dance with Me was another great book in the series and one that left me feeling happy and satisfied. Both characters have a lot of growing to do and I love that this book was more character driven. Natasha's life has been a little crazy ever since her best friend moved out of their apartment. She's always been the kind of girl who tends to live in the moment without thinking of the later consequences. This of course has gotten her into a pickle a time or two but luckily, she's always had someone to help her out. But Natasha struggles with her inability to do things on her own and she's stubborn about it too, even though there's nothing wrong with accepting help when it's offered. This book was a journey for Natasha on learning how to be her own person, to figuring out who she was and what she wanted most, even if that was something people were against. I really liked her character and felt she was very relatable.
Dimitri wasn't perfect but I liked that he owned up to his mistakes and faults and actually tried to do something to change. Yes, the reasoning behind their "arrangement" kind of annoyed me, especially since they could've been together a long time before had he not been a coward about it but I can understand how scary it is to let yourself be vulnerable with someone. But this book was also about Dimitri's personal growth within himself. We really got to know who he was and the things he wanted most in life and how scary it was for him to think that he'd never get them. It was also really interesting to learn more about his Ukrainian culture and family as well as Natasha's Puerto Rican family and I loved how diverse this book was.
While I could've done without the mention of their previous hookups, I couldn't deny that I could tell they were perfect together. They have immediate sexual chemistry but getting to see things from both of their POV's I could tell early on that they were a perfect match for each other in every other way too. My only complaints would be that I wish there were more scenes with Gina and Natasha, and also the issue with her mom felt unfinished. Considering both weighed heavily on Natasha's mind throughout the entire book, the way they were handled by the end didn't feel like enough for me.
Overall this is a solid read and one I'd highly recommend romance readers to check out!
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Dance With Me picks up a few months after the end of Take The Lead, and brings us to Natasha's life post-Gina.Read more