Beth's Review: One Last Dance by Ernesto Patino
Author Provided Copy
Publisher: Indigo Sea Press
Released: May 16, 2016
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
Length: 180 Pages
Format: ebook, paperback
Marco Anissi comes out of a coma, days after his car slams into a light pole--the same pole he had crashed into exactly ten years ago, killing his fiancé, Susan. Coincidence? Not to him. Her spirit has reached out to him in a way he would understand. If it had happened on a different date, in a different place he would have missed it entirely. With the help of Susan's mother, Marco learns that a woman named Julia Tinsley had received her daughter's heart. She lives in Tucson where she works as a dance teacher. Obsessed with the idea of reconnecting with Susan's spirit, Marco travels to Tucson. But he can't just walk up to Julia and introduce himself. What would she think--a complete stranger wanting to meet her? He signs up for lessons, hoping to develop a relationship. Now, Marco must make a decision: tell the truth about himself and risk losing Julia with whom he's falling in love, or remain silent and enjoy his new life with her.
Five Huge Boundless Stars
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review. Romance isn’t my favorite genre, but the nerd in me couldn’t pass up the metaphysical aspect of this story. The synopsis did not do this story justice. I thought this would be the same story I’ve seen several times before; but this is a completely different take on this type of romance.
I was intrigued from the beginning and couldn’t wait to see how it ended; which, by the way was completely unexpected! Great twist! The characters were easily relatable and well developed. The writing was brilliant. I highly recommend this to ANYONE who can read.
To sum it up; great story, awesome characters and brilliant writing, a HUGE 5 Boundless Stars.