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A Dance For Two (Love on Pointe Book 1) Kindle Edition
|Length: 255 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
|Page Flip: Enabled||
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|Book 1 of 2 in Love on Pointe|
|Age Level: 18 - 18|
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- File size : 942 KB
- Publication date : June 26, 2018
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 255 pages
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- ASIN : B07DBSVH64
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #567,038 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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🔥🔥🔥 Heat Level: 3.75
Sweet and sexy!
Now I love Colette’s work and this story has the same care and heart you come to expect from Colette but with a steamy and somewhat ‘taboo’ twist. A stepbrothers love story that just proves you can’t help who you fall in love with! I loved both Adam and Luc and could feel their emotions as they are somewhat forced to reunite. I liked that we got to know them and their lives before we were thrown into their love story and I liked the feelings behind their passion.
Luc has been in love with his sep brother since he was 14 and those feelings are what created the wedge and distance between them. When Luc returns home to help their parents with their struggling dance school, all those feelings come back to the surface and bubble over!
Adam doesn’t know why his brother suddenly started hating him when they were teens but now that Luc is home Adam realizes he’s still angry and resentful towards Luc. When Luc feelings are revealed, at first Adam is repulsed at the thought but his subconscious has other ideas and he realizes he IS attracted to Luc but is it just lust?
I found their chemistry believable and their story sweet and sexy. My only caveat is that the story kept mentioning “my brother” and then correcting to “stepbrother”. I felt that once they accepted their attraction they were partners and no longer “brothers”, so the continuing to refer to it did become a little too “kinky” for me. But other than that it’s a steamy, sexy and sweet stepbrother to lovers romance, with dance!
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Luc and Adam are really amazing together and i loved that they really help each other reach their dreams. I like that Luc is sure of himself and his love for Adam and i found it reassuring that he is a caring but passionate person. Adam learning to reach for his dreams was inspiring and his confusion as he works his way toward understanding his feelings is real.
I really enjoy this authors work and this book is a beautiful addition. I definitely recommend this for your reading enjoyment!
This book however threw me for a loop. I loved Adam’s initial reaction to his stepbrother’s advances, but he gave in too quickly in my opinion. And I couldn’t decide if their relationship was right or wrong, because it was said over and over again that they grew up together like true brothers, they were tight, even though Luc left after college and rarely talked to his family. Even after they decided to try and be together, I thought they would call each other boyfriends or lovers, but they still called each other brothers. And that didn’t feel right to me. I think the words stepbrother/brother were overused and it strengthened the feeling in me, that what was happening is wrong, though they clearly loved each other, so I should’ve felt the exact opposite. And Adam’s too sudden change didn’t help matters.
So this whole thing was balancing between right or wrong, and the scale didn’t tip over either way for me. While I enjoyed this book somewhat, this big problem was floating around throughout the whole story, and in the end I didn’t feel like it’s been solved, I should’ve felt some closure I think.
In other aspects it was a great book. I loved the tenderness between Adam and Luc, the playfulness, I even loved the anger. The dancing part wasn’t overdone, it was jut enough. I also loved the parents, their reaction was not what I expected, but that’s a damn good thing. Secondary characters were great too. But I think I will enjoy Mason’s story more.
I loved this book. Colette Davison touches a often hidden subject of relationships between step-siblings. Frowned upon by society and deemed as incest. However, step-siblings are not blood related and therefore they can engage in a relationship. This book is beautifully written and is heartwarming.I hope there will be another book to follow up on Luc and Adam.