Thursday, October 22, 2015

Fever, A Ballroom Romance #2 by Tonya Plank

Title:  Fever
Series:  A Ballroom Romance #2
Author:  Tonya Plank
Publication Date:  June 10/15 by Dark Swan Press
Length:  283pgs
Genre:  contemporary romance
Shelf:  review
Rating: ★★★★

Back Cover Blurb:

With her law career becoming more nerve-wracking by the day, Rory must decide once and for all whether to leave it for her true twin passions – dance and her partner, Sasha. As she and Sasha begin to train for the largest ballroom competition in the world, Blackpool, their partnership, and their very lives, are threatened by Rory’s returning anorexia that had haunted her as a child ballet dancer, one of Sasha’s jealous and vengeful former students, and, most seriously, demons from Sasha’s past.

This is part two in a continuing three-book series.

My Review:

Wow! What a fantastic look at life in the world of ballroom dancing! Plank returns to the world of Fever with the same enjoyable style that we found in the first novel and takes the story even further. She develops both the sensuality and the technicality of ballroom dancing. At the same time, she tackles some more in depth and intricate subjects, adding more complexity to the tale.

Plank definitely kicked up her character development a notch with this one. I really enjoyed getting a deeper look at the individuals that we met in the first novel. I really felt for Rory throughout, even if I didn’t always agree with her actions. This dichotomy had me wanting to get to know her even better.

This is a great addition to Plank’s series. But I will warn readers, this is a series that definitely should be read in order for full impact.

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