Ballroom to Bride and Groom by Kate Hardy
(Harlequin Romance)

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The arcs of character growth for Polly and Liam were believable, and I liked that they were not just falling in love because they were physically attracted to each other but because they liked each other as people...And no one was a pure villain, not even the person who triggered the public revelations about Polly’s past.
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TV presenter Polly Anna Adams has spent a lifetime living up to her name. Suddenly single, Polly hides behind her cheery facade and enters a celebrity dance competition. Her partner? None other than gorgeous but wary professional dancer Liam Flynn.

Liam has learned the hard way to keep his heart on lockdown, but Polly's joie de vivre puts a spring back in his polished step. As the competition heats up, so does their unstoppable attraction. If only they could convince themselves their hot tango passion is just for the cameras….

 

About Kate Hardy

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Kate Hardy always loved books and could read before she went to school. She always knew that she wanted to be a writer, and her parents bought her a proper typewriter for her sixth birthday. She discovered Mills & Boon when she was twelve and decided this was what she wanted to do. When she isn't writing Kate enjoys going to the beach, playing games, cooking, reading and watching films. You can contact her via her website: www.katehardy.co
 
Published February 1, 2013 by Harlequin Romance. 188 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Sunita on Feb 04 2013

The arcs of character growth for Polly and Liam were believable, and I liked that they were not just falling in love because they were physically attracted to each other but because they liked each other as people...And no one was a pure villain, not even the person who triggered the public revelations about Polly’s past.

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