Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Review: Ten Year Dance by Ara Grigorian

Earlier this year I read a marvelous romance called Game of Love. The book introduced two fascinating people and a romance who overcame seemingly impossible odds to come to their happily-ever-after. Ara Grigorian delivers a powerful story, so when I heard he’d written another romance I jumped at the chance to read and review it.
I was not disappointed. Once again, we’re invited into the lives of two strong, intelligent, and multi-faceted people. The kind you watch in awe and wish you could emulate. Sophie is an attorney, sharp and driven. She’s also athletic, and soundly out-plays her best friend Pete. She’s endured a disastrous marriage and has finally made the decision to file for divorce. Pete is a successful architect. He loves his large, boisterous Greek family, but has given up on finding true love for himself.
Ten Year Dance takes you through Sophie and Pete’s lives from the time they meet in junior high, through the turbulent high school years, and culminating with their ten-year class reunion. Both of them have come to a point where they need to make important decisions about their professional lives. But before they can do that, they need to learn more about themselves and each other. 

The quality that sets a book apart is its ability to make the reader care about its characters. While reading this book there were times I wanted to hug both Sophie and Pete, and other times when I wanted to smack them silly for being so blind and foolish. I’m certain you’ll be caught up in their story, too.

Read more about the story below!

Best friends since sixth grade. A ten-year high school reunion. A truth they’ve danced around for a decade.

Unlucky-in-love Sophie Perez knows her divorce won’t be easy—but she doesn’t expect it to be dangerous. So when things get ugly, she agrees to move in with Pete Nicos, her commitment-phobic best friend since childhood. Pete has always been there for Sophie, just like she’s been there for him. At first, taking her in seems like the best option, but soon her tantalizing proximity blurs the lines of friendship. With their high school reunion on the horizon will they find closure, forgiveness, and new beginnings?

Ten Year Dance is a contemporary love story, rich with engaging and relatable characters trying to find themselves and each other. Ara Grigorian’s latest will stay with you long after you turn the final page.

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