Review: Dancing on a Moonbeam: Part 1 by Kate Perry

28796441Title: Dancing on a Moonbeam: Part 1

Series: Bedford Falls, #1

Author: Kate Perry

Publication Date: February 10, 2015

Publisher: Firelight and Fairydust Unlimited

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Chick Lit

Goodreads Synopsis:

Eleanor Westwood-Fehr gave up being a prima ballerina for dreams of love. Big mistake—one she won’t make again.

Determined, she won’t let anything stop her from opening a dance studio. Not her doubts. Not her teenage daughter. And certainly not her new mysterious neighbor, no matter how enticing he might be…


4.5 / 5 Stars


In Dancing on a Moonbeam: Part 1, Eleanor has just said goodbye to her unfaithful ex-husband with a stroke of her hand. She’s ready to start her life over and reclaim her dance shoes. Eleanor’s decided to start a dance studio in the shed that used to be her ex-husband’s “man cave“.

Just as Eleanor gets to work on her new dance space, a new neighbor moves in next door. Max may be handsome, but his need for silence quickly hampers Eleanor’s big plans. Eleanor is determined to make Max see the error in his ways and get her studio done.

Dancing on a Moonbeam: Part 1 was a very sweet beginning to a second chance love story. It was filled with Kate Perry’s beautiful writing and storytelling. I loved the hostile attraction between Eleanor and Max. It was a really fun slow-burn romance.

I would caution readers that this is a novella and one of three. There isn’t a conclusion to this part of the story. It simply concludes with a fun cliffhanger-ish ending.

I can’t wait to find out what happens next in Dancing on a Moonbeam: Part 2.

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