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Number one New York Times best-selling author Sandra Brown has created a sensation with her contemporary novels. In Heaven’s Price she offers a sexy, tender, and funny story about a woman who thinks she knows her destiny, until she learns that her fate - and her heart - have something else in store.
Blair Simpson embraces a life most people merely dream about. Devoting her nights - as well as her days - to dancing in the chorus line of Broadway musicals and in occasional TV commercials, she has never considered another career. But when an injury sends her to a small town for six long months of recuperation, she finds herself surrounded by couples who are raising families and building dreams together. And there she meets a man who forces her to come to terms with a part of herself she has long denied.
From Blair’s first encounter with her new landlord, Sean Garrett, the powerful sexual attraction between them catches her off guard. For the first time she’s unable to lose herself in dancing, as Sean’s passion and tenderness urge her to open her life to him. More than anything, Sean wants to build a future with fiery, raven-haired Blair. But Blair’s own passion for dance has ruled her for so long, she may not be able to break its hold - even if it costs her the love she had thought she’d never find.
“Ms. Brown’s larger-than-life heroes and heroines make you believe all the warm, wonderful, wild things in life.” (Rendezvous)
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- Susan Anderson
The music was annoying
Good book but the music through out became annoying. The music was lovely but I wasn’t wanting it to continue randomly and when the director thought it seemed like a poignant moment.
the story was good the narration was good I didn't like the music being played over the background it's sometimes that's all you can hear is the music and not the person talking or narrated