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Step-Ball-Change
Author: Jeanne Ray
Dance instructor Caroline and her lawyer husband Tom are looking forward to spending time alone together as they waltz their way gracefully into retirement. Suddenly, though, their empty nest is filling up. Caroline's sister arrives with a load of luggage, a bad-tempered terrier, and a broken heart. Their daughter, Kay, brings home her fianc...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780451211163
ISBN-10: 0451211162
Publication Date: 3/2/2004
Pages: 320
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3.6 stars, based on 26 ratings
Publisher: New American Library
Book Type: Paperback
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I like how the author still has a chick lit type feel to her books, but makes them about older more realistic (to me) characters
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Warm family story, with great characters. As I get older I'm appreciating more and more the stories of women who have and have had a full life. Caroline is just such a women, and by the end of the book we realize her sister Taffy is, as well. Work, children, love, marriage, home -- great stuff.
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I loved this book, as I did all of Ray's books. The characters are so lovable and the storyline so believable.


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