Book Reviews of Moon Dance (Enright, Bk 3)

Moon Dance (Enright, Bk 3)
Moon Dance - Enright, Bk 3
Author: Mariah Stewart
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ISBN-13: 9780671026240
ISBN-10: 0671026240
Publication Date: 12/1/1998
Pages: 544
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 66 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
Third book in the of Devlin's Light and Wonderful You. Couldn't put it down.
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Helpful Score: 1
I had wanted to read this for quite awhile, since reading Wonderful You. This is the story of the youngest Enright daughter, and even touches on the mother, older sister, Laura, and hints at a few other romances, too.
I love this whole series about the Enright family, very warm, great romances. Little bit of mystery involved, but doesn't take over the relationship part of it.
Good read.
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Written in 1999; this book is different from her later books. A meandering book about a family getting to know each other and themselves.
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Georgia Enright has devoted her entire life to ballet, focusing all her energies on becoming the principle dancer in her troupe. She reaches a point in her career when she realizes that no matter how determined she is, she will never achieve this dream. Needing some quiet time to think, Georgia reaches out to her older half sister, Laura, and goes to stay at her inn. During this time of solace, Georgia becomes better acquainted with Laura. Laura had been put up for adoption and the girls had only met in the past year. When Laura begins looking for someone to stay in her aunt's farmhouse, Georgia volunteers. She quickly trades in her city life for the comfort of a farm. She begins offering ballet lessons and her life soon begins to fall into place. Matthew Bishop, Laura's brother, (and no relation to the Enrights) is not quite as quick to embrace Laura's new family. In fact, he's downright hostile. Yet he can't seem to shake the instant attraction he feels toward Georgia. While Georgia considers turning the barn into a dance studio, Matthew is busy drawing up plans to turn it into a veterinary clinic. The sparks between the two fly until the country air works its magic, settling a blanket of compromise firmly over the two. A sinister thorn from Laura's past shows up and tries to complicate matters, but in the end, all is well. Ms. Stewart is skilled in providing a good romance with a healthy dose of suspense. We know that Laura has a secret, but it is unclear what it is. Good drama coupled with an easy-to-follow storyline makes this an enjoyable tale!
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Georgia Enright has come to a turning point in her life--to pursue the profession of a dancer or to move on. Taking leave of the ballet dance troupe she goes to visit her new half-sister Laura at the Bishops's Inn in Maryland.
At Pumpkin Hill, Laura's family's homestead, Georgia runs into Laura's adopted brother Matt, who wants her gone as soon as possible. He feels the Enright's are taking Laura over as far as he is concerned. Matt was adopted and has problems of his own to overcome before he can accept the Enrights into the family. Well, he'd better watch out for the love-bug that the Enright family is so good at spreading around.

Georgia accepts Laura's offer of staying at Pumpkin Hill until she decides what to do with her life. The sparks are flying when Laura finds she would like to teach ballet in the barn, and Matt wants to open his veterinary practice there too. Georgia's family comes to her rescue to help her move into her new digs and give her the loving support she's always known.

As Georgia gets into farm life she finds an adorable little pig has been wrecking the garden. Now she has the little porcine trotting behind her and can't bear to part with little Spammy! And she is starting to feel the same way about Matt too. And I can't blame her!

There are surprises in store for you that you won't want to miss out on, so as soon as you can, order from Amazon Com now, and then settle down for a fantastic read. MOON DANCE is filled with excitement, suspense, and a passionate love story told by a master storyteller who has written her best book yet--it's perfect!
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A pleasant read with a happy ending.
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Georgia Enright has devoted her entire life to ballet, focusing all her energies on becoming the principle dancer in her troupe. She reaches a point in her career when she realizes that no matter how determined she is, she will never achieve this dream. Needing some quiet time to think, Georgia reaches out to her older half sister, Laura, and goes to stay at her inn. During this time of solace, Georgia becomes better acquainted with Laura. Laura had been put up for adoption and the girls had only met in the past year. When Laura begins looking for someone to stay in her aunt's farmhouse, Georgia volunteers. She quickly trades in her city life for the comfort of a farm. She begins offering ballet lessons and her life soon begins to fall into place. Matthew Bishop, Laura's brother, (and no relation to the Enrights) is not quite as quick to embrace Laura's new family. In fact, he's downright hostile. Yet he can't seem to shake the instant attraction he feels toward Georgia. While Georgia considers turning the barn into a dance studio, Matthew is busy drawing up plans to turn it into a veterinary clinic. The sparks between the two fly until the country air works its magic, settling a blanket of compromise firmly over the two. A sinister thorn from Laura's past shows up and tries to complicate matters, but in the end, all is well. Ms. Stewart is skilled in providing a good romance with a healthy dose of suspense. We know that Laura has a secret, but it is unclear what it is. Good drama coupled with an easy-to-follow storyline makes this an enjoyable tale! The characters are well developed, packed with emotion!
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From back cover:

Georgia has dedicated her life to dance. But at age 26 her hopes of becoming a lead dancer are dashed. So she ventures to Pumpkin Hill, an old farm owned by her newly found half sister to contemplate her future. There, discovering an affinity for country life-and a barn just perfect for giving dance lessons-Georgia enjoys an oasis of peace..until Matthew arrives.

An abandoned child taken in by the same parents who adopted Georgia's half sister, Matt has plans of his own for the barn-a veterinary clinic.
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Georgia has dedicated her life to dance. But at age twenty-six, her dreams of becoming a star are fleeting. Having missed out on college and an ordinary life, she ventures to Pumpkin Hill, a
farm owed by a newly discovered half -sister.There,discovering the simple life and an old barn perfect for giving dance lessons she enjoys an oasis of peace...until Matthew Bishop shows up.
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Georgia Enright has come to a turning point in her life--to pursue the profession of a dancer or to move on. Taking leave of the ballet dance troupe she goes to visit her new half-sister Laura at the Bishops's Inn in Maryland.
At Pumpkin Hill, Laura's family's homestead, Georgia runs into Laura's adopted brother Matt, who wants her gone as soon as possible. He feels the Enright's are taking Laura over as far as he is concerned. Matt was adopted and has problems of his own to overcome before he can accept the Enrights into the family. Well, he'd better watch out for the love-bug that the Enright family is so good at spreading around.

Georgia accepts Laura's offer of staying at Pumpkin Hill until she decides what to do with her life. The sparks are flying when Laura finds she would like to teach ballet in the barn, and Matt wants to open his veterinary practice there too. Georgia's family comes to her rescue to help her move into her new digs and give her the loving support she's always known.

As Georgia gets into farm life she finds an adorable little pig has been wrecking the garden. Now she has the little porcine trotting behind her and can't bear to part with little Spammy! And she is starting to feel the same way about Matt too. And I can't blame her!