From Amazon and international best-selling author Alison G. Bailey comes a contemporary romance story about what happens after the happily ever. The Dance is now available in audio!! Narrated by Kelli Tager!
Bryson Walker stumbled heart-first into the steady rhythm of her life, never questioning whether other possibilities existed. She had been Will’s girl since their junior year in high school, followed him to college, and married him soon after graduation.
In every respect, they were a loving and successful couple, until a series of missteps shattered all of Bryson’s truths. Maybe, their life was nothing more than smoke and mirrors. A performance that was never based in reality.
Hart was barely an acquaintance. He and Bryson shared one brief moment during senior prom, full of friction and heat that ignited a spark. But that night, Bryson walked away, and Hart let her go.
Years later, twisted fate brings Bryson and Hart together again, causing her to wonder if this is her second chance at once-in-a-lifetime.
From the time that Bryson was a teenager she had her life mapped out and that included a happy ever after with the first boy she ever dated, a family they would create together and a beautiful life. Ten years later after enduring a loss their marriage is fractured and she realizes that she doesn’t really know the man she married and what she believed was real was a lie.
Hart was a boy from her past that she never really had an opportunity to get to know but from their first meeting they were drawn to each other. He has a painful past of his own and as they both bear emotional scars from their life experiences their journey definitely had its challenges, but it is the evolution of all the characters in this book that will stick with you.
Will is a man you will love to hate, Hart is the embodiment of a man any woman would be lucky to have while Bryson learns what and who truly makes her happy. This is a second chance at a road not traveled with all the feels that go along with it. I received a complimentary copy of the audiobook and thought the narrator did a great job with all the voices she portrayed.