Published February 11th, 2018 by Curtain Call Press
Print Length: 236 pages
Genre: Coming of Age, Classical Dance, Contemporary Romance
My first dive into Erin Bomboy’s work and my first dive into Literary Romance. And honestly, the reason I picked this book up was the Younger-Man/Older-Woman Love Story. I’m getting older and this kind of love stories are my favorites at the moment.
I think this book was phenomenal.
I was in awe every second of my time inside these pages and I wished to have a print copy at some point because it was just that stunning. I don’t have many words to describe my feelings because it left me speachless in more ways than one.
This book touches into so much that my brain is still reeling with the magnitude of it all.
Not only the writing was remarkable but also the overall plot was set in a time period that gave the author the background to talk about some very hard pressing issues from back then. In our day and age, these issues are still present and this story does a great job a pointing out some very hard truths about them.
There is no way I would hold back in recommending this book to all the people I know. I think it can satisfy any reader that has a love for wonderful writing and a deep hard look at reality, even if the book is set in another time.
Disclaimer: I recived an ARC copy of this book provided by Hidden Gems
About the Author
A native of Richmond, Virginia, Erin Bomboy trained as a classical ballet dancer before spending a decade as a professional competitive ballroom dancer. She holds an MFA in Dance Performance and Choreography from New York University Tisch School of the Arts. Erin has taught at New York University, DeSales University, and Muhlenberg College. Currently, she works as a writer, editor, and teacher in the dance field in New York City where she lives with her husband and daughter.
She is the author of The Pas de Deux: A Classical Ballet Romance (“a powerful saga”: Midwest Book Review), The Piece: A Contemporary Ballet Novel (“a compellingly vivid story”: Midwest Book Review), and The Winner: A Ballroom Dance Novel (“one of the best books I’ve read this year”: Library of Clean Reads). In her free time, Erin enjoys bacon, books, cats, and wine.