There is just one problem with that plan; his name is Aidan O’Brien. He loved her once, and he finds that years apart – and losses of his own – haven’t changed a thing. Aidan makes it his mission to remind Tara of the joyful, talented dancer she once was. He’ll do anything to set her free of her troubled past, so that her heart can dance again. He believes they can conquer the world together. But can he convince her of that?
In the United States, April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). The goal of SAAM is to raise public awareness about sexual violence and to educate communities on how to prevent it. Sexual violence is a major public health, human rights and social justice issue. We need everyone’s help to end it. Thank you for getting involved. Your purchase of this book will assist in the prevention of sexual violence and date rape.
During 2015, I will be donating 15% of my profits generated from the sales of this book to RAINN, a national charity dedicated to stopping sexual assault and abuse.
Although this book is the second in the Hidden Beauty series, it can easily be read as a stand-alone.
This book pulled on my heart, it is a beautifully written, deeply emotional romance. Crawford takes difficult situations and handles them with the upmost respect and sensitivity. This is a Hidden Beauty Novel, which might make you think you need to read book number one first, this can be read as a standalone novel.
These two characters are written to have so much compassion for each other, it is truly moving. Being childhood friends that reconnect at a wedding could make anyone's heart swoon but, their back story is just heart melting. This is a sweeter love story which helps the romantic overtures not get lost.
The dialog is realistic and the situation that Tara is trying to overcome is dealt with over time in the book. This pleases me, where I see a lot of books rush these things, I really felt the struggle she was having and how it affected Aiden too.
Great job! Mary Crawford is not to be missed, she is a deep writer. She didn't fill her book with all fluff. We need more of this! The only reason I only gave it 4 stars is some parts were a tad slow, but didn't take away from the quality of the book.
I give So The Heart Can Dance 4 Stars!
Happy Reading & Bama Kisses