Book Reviews of Dancer's Luck

Dancer's Luck
Dancer's Luck
Author: Ann Maxwell
ISBN-13: 9780786002078
ISBN-10: 0786002077
Publication Date: 12/1/1995
Pages: 270
Rating:
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.
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4.2 stars, based on 15 ratings
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
The second of the Fire Dancer series and I couldn't read it fast enough! I don't know what it is about Maxwell (AKA Lowell)'s writing, but it's like a fishing hook is sunk into your mind and you're pulled to the very last page....

The worst tease is that the end had an excerpt of the third book (Dancer's Illusion) and I can't get my hands on that one yet!!!

I easily rated this continuing saga 5 stars~
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Helpful Score: 1
I loved it! Even better than the first in the series (Fire Dancer).
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very good reading
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Really fascinating take on symbiotic relationships, besides being a good story. Didn't realize this was part of a series, but I'm going to get the rest of the books now.

From back cover: A creature of fierce grace an luminescent beauty, Rheba is the last fire dancer of a vanished planet. A rugged warrior of unsurpassed strength, Kirtn is her mentor and guardian, sworn to keep her safe at all costs. Pledged to return a shipful of freed slaves to their widely scattered homes, Rheba and Kirtn begin an odyssey that will sweep them into a forgotten world at the galaxy's edge...where forbidden desire can flame into a love that is destined to be...
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excellent
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The last fire dancer of a vanished planet, Rheba and her guardian-mentor, Kirtn, pledge to return a shipful of freed slaves to their respective homes throughout the galaxy and are forced to resist their forbidden feelings for one another.