Such a Dance by Kate McMurray

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There is some angst in the story, but I thought it was handled with a delicate touch and felt believable to me. I believed in their happy ending too.
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When a vaudeville dancer meets a sexy mobster in a speakeasy for men, the sparks fly, the gin flows, the jazz sizzles—and the heat is on…
 
New York City, 1927.

Eddie Cotton is a talented song-and-dance man with a sassy sidekick, a crowd-pleasing act, and a promising future on Broadway. What he doesn’t have is someone to love. Being gay in an era of prohibition and police raids, Eddie doesn’t have many opportunities to meet men like himself—until he discovers a hot new jazz club for gentlemen of a certain bent...and sets eyes on the most seductive, and dangerous, man he’s ever seen.
 
Lane Carillo is a handsome young Sicilian who looks like Valentino—and works for the Mob. He’s never hidden his sexuality from his boss, which is why he was chosen to run a private night club for men. When Lane spots Eddie at the bar, it’s lust at first sight. Soon, the unlikely pair are falling hard and fast—in love. But when their whirlwind romance starts raising eyebrows all across town, Lane and Eddie have to decide if their relationship is doomed…or something special worth fighting for.
 

About Kate McMurray

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Kate has been writing since she could hold a pen. She's a nonfiction editor by day. Among other things, Kate is crafty (mostly knitting and sewing, but she also wields power tools), she plays the violin, and she dabbles in various other pursuits. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.
 
Published October 27, 2015 by Lyrical Press. 234 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, War. Fiction
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Reviewed by Sirius on Nov 06 2015

There is some angst in the story, but I thought it was handled with a delicate touch and felt believable to me. I believed in their happy ending too.

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