The Dance by McKinzie S. Heart

The Dance by McKinzie S. Heart
Elemental Seduction
Publisher: Rogue Phoenix Press
Genre: Paranormal, Contemporary
Length: Short Story (56 pgs)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Ginger

Rebecca’s had a horrible marriage. Though the divorce isn’t finalized, she has put as much distance as possible between her husband and herself. She’s forlornly alone but safe. As she spends yet another night in her grandparents’ old farmhouse, strange unexplainable things begin to happen. Has Charles tracked her down or is it some unknown intruder setting her up? And what are these whispers that she’s now hearing? Are they real or in her mind? While she tries to sort everything out as it happens, she has no idea how much is at stake. Not only is her life in jeopardy, but she may very well lose her heart and soul. But that is exactly what might have to happen for her to give in to The Dance.

Soon to be divorced Rebecca spends a sleepless night in her country home that was previously owned by her Nana and Papa. Though the night has a chilly breeze, with impending bad weather approaching this night isn’t like any ordinary night. Rebecca’s fascination with the wind could be what saves her life and could very well bring about the love she desires.

This was a touching story that is sure to be uplifting to any reader. Rebecca comes from an abusive marriage where her husband doesn’t seem to want to abide by a restraining order placed against him.

Something doesn’t seem right in the home, with strange things such as the radio playing, candles burning, tapping at the window but could these only be in Rebecca’s mind?

The Dance is a entertaining read that I truly enjoyed. The author has a talent in giving detailed description that gives such a visual picture. The writing and details are so clear and readable. Though the story is short it delivers in full detail a night when Rebecca’s past marriage meets the true love she didn’t know exist.

There is something so sensual and fulfilling about this story. Seeing a woman that obviously has been through a violent marriage, she finds solace in dancing with the wind, in finding a way of letting go of the hurt and disappointment. She finds some symbolism of healing and moving on with her life. I was happy with the ending and would suggest this book for those that enjoy a sensual happy paranormal ending.

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