One of her better older novels.
Blair Simpson thought she had it all -- a satisfying career as a dancer, a great Manhattan apartment and no emotional entanglements. But when Blair injures her knees dancing she is forced to put her life on hold and move to Long Island to recuperate. Blair has never met anyone like her new landlord Sean, who questions her methods and her lifestyle at every turn. Yet Blair is determined to continue dancing, even if it means risking her health. What she can't see, until it's much too late, is that while she's healing her body, she's losing her heart... as Sean makes her question her most intimate beliefs--about men, about love, and mostly, about herself. Now, as professional duty and her passionate yearnings clash, she must choose the right course for them both.
Sandra Brown offers a sexy, tender, and funny story about a woman who thought she knew her destiny until she learns that fate-and her heart-have something else in store.
As usual with Sandra Brown's books, they are hard to put down once you get started.
Ms Brown's larger than life heroes and heroines make you believe all the warm, wonderful, wild things in life.