Pier Lights

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An injured ballerina turned exotic dancer. A scarred farmer hiding behind a swordsman disguise. Folly Beach and Charleston, South Carolina. A sensual psychological romance. (Second edition ©2018) More
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About Ella M. Kaye

Ella M. Kaye uses her art and psychology background to create contemporary love stories with mental health issues set around the creative arts. Each of her novels and novellas fall under one of three series: Dancers & Lighthouses, Artists & Cottages, and Songwriters & Cities. Kaye has been writing romantically inclined literary fiction that branches into straight mainstream in both novel and short story form under the name LK Hunsaker for more than two decades. After many moves as a military spouse, she is settled in western Pennsylvania where she enjoys the abundant foliage and recreational lakes along with the hilly vistas.
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About the Series: Dancers & Lighthouses
Contemporary Literary Romances with mental health issues, featuring a variety of dance genres and set on beaches around the US.

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Reviews of Pier Lights by Ella M. Kaye

Celia Yeary reviewed on March 9, 2013

Ella M. Kaye has a wonderful beginning to, I hope, A Pier Lights Series. In this first novel, she tells a riveting tale about Dio and Caroline. These two dancers hold secrets that hurt not only themselves, but anyone whom they might connect with. It's a visual kind of story, including dance of the classic kind,as well as sensual stripping.
The first few pages caught me up in their story, and I read almost non-stop until I finished.
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