Only the Brave Try Ballet by Stefanie London


Two people unlikely to meet under ordinary circumstances, they have nothing in common, least of all their careers. One a ballerina the other an athlete, and never the twain shall meet, unless of course ballet exercises are in order.

Not quite the manly man sort of physical therapy you would expect for a top athlete. Grant ends up being a source of entertainment to his team-mates.  He learns rather quickly just how hard ballet actual is and Jasmine doesn’t take kindly to him making fun of her discipline of choice.

‘Earth to Bun-Head’ he teases  and charms her at the same time.

This story is about accepting the reality of our path and finding the strength to go forward, despite seemingly impossible obstacles piling up in front of us or in this case them.

Sometimes you just need the right person in your corner to  push you and help you make a step forward towards the future. Question is whether Grant is that person for Jasmine or Jasmine is that person for Grant.

I received a copy of this book courtesy of Harlequin UK and Mills & Boon.


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