Phantom's Dance

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For Christine Dadey, finding a kindred spirit in the charismatic Erik couldn't have come at a better time. Despite the disfigurement that forces him to conceal his face, Erik gives Christine the confidence she needs as he helps her rediscover her love of dancing. But as Christine grows closer to the wounded dancer she fears he may be hiding more than his scarred appearance behind the veiled mask. More
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About Lesa Howard

Lesa lives in the greater Houston area and considers herself a professional daydreamer. But since daydreaming doesn't pay all that well, she has a day job teaching creative writing to elementary and middle school children.

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Review by: aobibliophile on June 06, 2015 :
Gaston Leroux's The Phantom of the Opera is one of my favorite classic horror-romance stories and i loved it even more when i saw the London production in San Francisco. of course, the movie adaptation was excellent as well.

having mentioned the above, i commend author Lesa Howard for doing an excellent job in shying away from and/or focusing so much on Leroux's masterpiece. the essentials were there but she made Phantom's Dance truly her own. instead of musical ingenues and divas, she turned to the world of ballet for her novel.

although it started out slow and easy, the story soon sped up with a few twists and surprises that even i did not consider.

this had been another great read that i would gladly add to my Phantom-related literature.
(reviewed 44 days after purchase)

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