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Book Review of Shadow Dance (Buchanan-Renard, Bk 6)

Shadow Dance (Buchanan-Renard, Bk 6)
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Shadow Dance to me was about Noah finally discovering what it was like to be satisfied with one woman. He was more gentle and sensitive in this story. Whereas I enjoyed Noah's outrageous flirtings and seductions in other books I was rather relieved to see him more low key in the attention he gave to other women when he was around Jordan and the little things he did that showed he respects all women as more than playthings.

As for Jordan she was a little nondescript but still fun and identifiable for me as someone who tends to stay in my comfort zone like her. I enjoyed her reactions to the things that kept happening to her. She kept her cool and most importantly her humor. I found her refreshing and endearing.

The mystery kept me guessing right up to the end and the almost tragic circumstances that result from not realizing who the bad guy was soon enough brought this story full circle for me.

All in all I found Shadow Dance to be a fitting end to this contemporary arch of Julie's it had every single thing that I want in a romance and I am deeply satisfied with it.

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