Dancing in Time by Violet Rightmire
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Length: Full (182 pages)
Rating: 4.5 Books
Reviewed by Larkspur
A remote Appalachian village, lost in time…
A New York theater stage, awash with light…
A ballerina, torn between the love of her career and the love of a man who tells her a secret she cannot believe.
Hadleigh Brent and Doctor Collins. This is their story - about the barrier of time and the resiliency of love.
Violet Rightmire gives us an enchanting tale with Dancing in Time. Her use of mists and caves was reminiscent of a more modern Brigadoon.
Ms. Rightmire is a wonderful storyteller and her mix of reality and fantasy is very effective. Doc and Hadleigh were wonderful and well developed characters who are pulled together the moment they meet. I like the way the author handles their conflict and her using Doc as an old man filling in the blanks for us works beautifully. The concept of time-travel in novels isn’t new but I think Violet put a unique twist to this one. Her supporting characters complimented the story and I definitely liked the good guys and really disliked the offensive ones. Her dialogue was flowing and will keep you interested through out the novel. The romance is sweet and would not offend any type of romance lover.
Dancing in Time is an endearing, touching love story. This book would appeal to a lover of Romantic Fantasy and someone who enjoys a good love story. If you are a believer in the elusive Happily Ever After then you’ll love this book too.