Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Tour / Review: Forbidden Dance

Forbidden Dance by Deanna Roy

(Lover’s Dance, #1)
Publication date: March 28th 2017
Genres: Contemporary, New Adult, Romance
She was hidden from the world. Then he arrived.

An emotional new novel from six-time USA Today bestselling author Deanna Roy

For four years, I’ve lived in almost total seclusion. Homeschooled, forbidden from social media, seeing no one other than the dancers at Dreamcatcher Academy, where I teach ballet to little girls in wheelchairs.

Then Blitz arrives.

He’s the disgraced host of Dance Blitz, a bawdy reality show where Blitz sleeps with as many dancers as possible while looking for his perfect partner.

At least he was. A few weeks ago, he got kicked off his own show.

He’s at my academy for a publicity stunt, and my wheelchair ballerinas are his ticket back into the public’s good graces.

I intend to hate him and stay as far away as possible. But when he looks at me, I can’t resist. Before I realize what’s happened, we’re sneaking into back rooms, dancing,kissing, planning dates away from the cameras and the wrath of my family.

But I’m afraid. I have a secret at the academy, a small, wonderful, terrible secret, and if I stay with Blitz, the world will find out.
Forbidden Dance is a full-length standalone HEA, although fans who fall in love with Blitz and Livia can continue the series to follow more of their love story
One mistake and Livia and her family move and now shes stuck secluded with and her being at the dance studio is her only bit of freedom. In comes Blitz known for his bad boy ways on the TV is in need of cool down after some bad publicity and is back to his roots and helping out at the same dance studio Livia works at. As you'd expect secluded girl and bad boy meet and there is bound to be sparks.

I really loved this book it was almost predictable and I found myself still enjoying the characters. I loved the connection and heat between Livia and Blitz. I wished that Livia could get the guts to stop living under her parents thumb she was old enough to get a job and do things for herself. So when you readers come to find out about the mistake, which is the reason for her stuck in her parents form of seclusion I kept wondering if something was going to bite Livia in the butt when the true meaning behind her helping out with the dancers in wheelchairs come to light. Didn't happen but it was something I was curious would happen. I mean if you readers do end up reading this and the book (which I recommend) you'll get what I'm talking about. I'm hoping to see more from these two from what I know there will be more books following these characters althogh this book could be read as a stand alone. Overall this was a pretty great book I really enjoyed it.
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Deanna Roy is the six-time USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance and women’s fiction.

She is a passionate advocate for women who have lost babies. She has several books on the subject, including her bestseller FOREVER INNOCENT, a romance about a couple whose baby is taken off life support at seven days old.

She has run the website PregnancyLoss.Info for fifteen years, including many large spin-off support groups both online and in person.

To learn about new releases, sign up for her subscriber list at She has regular giveaways in conjunction with major pregnancy loss events.

1 comment:

  1. Great review, Jessica! This sounds like a fun read and well written, too! Livia and Blitz sound like well developed and likeable character!


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