Counterpointe by Ann Warner


I didn’t like ballet books as a kid, it was one of those things that was an enemy of horse riders, you can’t train to dance and ride.  So I felt a bit rebellious reading this, even at my age!

I enjoyed this love story, although the end was long suspected.  I felt that Clare dealt with her problems with almost the same ruthlessness that she used in beating people in conversations, but that maybe her transition back to ballet was a bit too easy.

It makes such a change to have the bloke as just a nice bloke, none of the fit bodied horny heroes of a lot of books and so Rob read far more real than many.

A pleasant read, great for a holiday wallow or a rainy afternoon.


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  1. Trackback: Absence of Grace by Ann Warner | Anna's eBook Reviews

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