Cantique

Cantique By Joanna Marsh, After discovering sheet music from a long lost production of Song of Solomon, novice dancer Colette Larsen is thrust into the elite world of professional ballet Sparks fly when she meets James Brennan, the fun loving soloist tasked with choreographing a new pas de deux to the music, but Colette is forced to watch from the sidelines as he rehearses with the company s primaAfter discovering sheet music from a long lost production of Song of Solomon, novice dancer Colette Larsen is thrust into the elite world of professional ballet Sparks fly when she meets James Brennan, the fun loving soloist tasked with choreographing a new pas de deux to the music, but Colette is forced to watch from the sidelines as he rehearses with the company s prima ballerina As Colette s relationship with James deepens, so does her need to find the purpose beneath her latent passion for dance a purpose that manifests in new friendships, rediscovered talents, and in the pages of Song of Solomon Humorous and heartfelt, this debut novel reveals a lighter side to ballet that resonates with dancers and non dancers alike Cantique s heroine is witty, whimsical, and highly relatable as she navigates love and dance in the midst of a quarter life crisis.. Cantique After discovering sheet music from a long lost production of Song of Solomon novice dancer Colette Larsen is thrust into the elite world of professional ballet Sparks fly when she meets James Brennan

  • Title: Cantique
  • Author: Joanna Marsh
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 249
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. I was surprised and delighted by this novel The central romantic story takes place against the most unexpected and interesting backdrop of a ballet company in a Midwestern city I don t know anything about ballet, but Joanna Marsh brings it to life with her descriptions of both amateur classes and professional performances I came away feeling a tiny bit knowledgeable about this specialized passion.The romance is charming, with two likable but un idealized young characters finding their way over [...]

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