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Dawn of the Dance
Dawn of the Dance
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  • Paperback
  • Jan.01.2005
  • 9781932859058
  • Bywater Books

Marianne gives an overview of the book:

When Moni Matteson fell for Paige Flemming she thought her lonely days had come to an end. Paige, the sleek athlete with the mysterious past, taught Moni what it felt like to want, and to need, and finally to love. She also taught Moni what it felt like to be left - a devastation that shook Moni to the core and one that she wants never to repeat. At college, Moni concentrates on her studies, on her art, and on her small group of friends. Romance is a thing of the past. But then she meets Katherine Cunningham, a beautiful woman with a sexy Bristish accent...
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When Moni Matteson fell for Paige Flemming she thought her lonely days had come to an end. Paige, the sleek athlete with the mysterious past, taught Moni what it felt like to want, and to need, and finally to love. She also taught Moni what it felt like to be left - a devastation that shook Moni to the core and one that she wants never to repeat.

At college, Moni concentrates on her studies, on her art, and on her small group of friends. Romance is a thing of the past. But then she meets Katherine Cunningham, a beautiful woman with a sexy Bristish accent...

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About Marianne

A graduate of Eastern Michigan University, Ms Martin taught in the Michigan public school system for twenty-five years, has worked as a photo-journalist, a photographer, and coached both high school and collegiate teams as well as amateur ASA teams. Her coaching career...

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