Saturday, January 24, 2015

Come Dancing by Leslie Wells

Julia is a book-loving publisher’s assistant.  Jack is a famous British rock star.

“Opposites attract” is an understatement.

 “Like a well-oiled machine or a well-tuned guitar, Julia and friends work their way into your heart.”
—Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers

Hot, sexy, and combustible.”
—Blushing Divas Book Reviews

 “Once you start, you are completely unable to put it down.”
—Devilishly Delicious Book Reviews

It’s 1981. Twenty-four-year-old Julia Nash has recently arrived in enticing but edgy Manhattan, where rent is cheap and being young and gifted is enough to get ahead. Witty, hard-working and intelligent, Julia is determined to make her mark in book publishing, and dreams of being an editor. Her greatest fear is having to return, tail between her legs, to her small hometown where her mother is waiting to say “I told you so”.

Julia likes to blow off steam by going dancing downtown with her best friend, Vicky. One night, a famous bad-boy British guitarist invites them into his VIP section. Despite an entourage of models and groupies, Jack seems to pursue Julia—but she isn’t interested in a one-night-stand with an arrogant rock star. Intrigued by her resistance, Jack persists, and they get to know each other through their mutual love of music. When the two finally do come together, the built-up heat is lightning-hot.
Jack exposes Julia to the trappings of fame and fortune, from mind-bending recording sessions to mind-wasting backstage parties; from gritty SoHo punk-rock clubs, to luxurious hotel rooms barraged by screaming fans. Yet Julia is afraid to lose her heart to someone with such a shady past. As she fends off her grabby boss and tries to move up the corporate ladder, Julia’s tempestuous relationship with Jack takes her to heights she’s never known—and plunges her into depths she’s never dreamed of.

Sensual and captivating, Come Dancing recalls the vibrant fashion and music milieu in a time of leather skirts, rubber bracelets, bright punk colors, and funky street earrings. With a fascinating inside look at publishing, this entertaining story of a bookish young woman’s adventures with a rock superstar is hilarious, moving, and toe-curlingly steamy. 

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Praise for Come Dancing by Leslie Wells, an Amazon Bestseller and Apple iBooks Breakout Book:

 “Wells builds an emotionally poignant love story, abounding with romance and humor.”
—Smexy Book Reviews

Sometimes a book like this comes along and takes me out of the niche reading that I tend to find myself in.... I am in love.”
—Must Read Books or Die
Come Dancing is brimming with both humor and heart.”
—Flashlight Commentary
It reads like a very, very good romantic comedy movie.”
—Michelle & Leslie’s Book Picks

It's a fun romp, and the sparkling characters definitely made it worth the read.”
—A Bookish Affair
“I enjoyed reading Come Dancing! It had a good story, fascinating characters, and a charming vibe.”
—Julie Anne, Teacups & Book Love

Author Bio: Leslie Wells left her small Southern town in 1979 for graduate school in

Manhattan, after which she got her first job in book publishing. She has edited forty-eight New York Times bestsellers in her over thirty-year career, including thirteen number one New York Times bestsellers. Leslie has worked with numerous internationally known authors, musicians, actors, actresses, television and radio personalities, athletes, and coaches. She lives on Long Island, New York.


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