After a bitter divorce, Amanda Kushinski leaves Manhattan and her career as a Broadway dancer and moves to a peaceful village on Long Island’s rural North Fork to open up a vintage clothing shop. She wants solitude and anonymity, but instead she finds herself involved with an elusive ghost, a troubled teenage girl, and a sexy local fisherman who makes her believe in love again. Russ McNeil has very bad taste in clothes. A sixth generation son in a family of fishermen that worked the Bay and the Sound, he has no illusions about what life has to offer him, including in the romance department. But he’s in for a little surprise.
The teenage girl is Casey Richardson, who will grow up to be the heroine of KISS ME, DANCER. The story also features Casey’s brother Parker and Tanya Gentilliano, the two protagonists of TOUCH ME AND TANGO. Plus little sister Jenna Richardson, who is the heroine in STARS LOVE AND PIROUETTES.
“This book is a tender romance with real-life characters that will warm your heart and tug at your emotions.” — Bestselling author Rita Herron
“Sweet, funny and heartwarming.” ~Amazon reader review