Title: If Ever

Author: Angie Stanton

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release Date: August 21, 2017


independent Chelsea Barnes has caught a rare break and been cast as the first
non-celebrity on the hit show Celebrity Dance Off. Chelsea is coined ‘America’s
Chance to Dance,’ but her partner planned on an A-lister, not a nobody.

Clashing with her
partner, she’s ready to go home; but during an emotional dance, her
heart-breaking past as an abandoned, homeless teen is revealed. Not only do the
viewers fall in love with her, so does the flirty British guest singer,
Broadway star Thomas Evan Oliver.

Tom is struck by
this feisty girl who complicates his over-structured life, and pursues her in a
romantic cross-country courtship until she’s voted off and joins him. Their
sexy whirlwind love affair blossoms in New York as she navigates the big city
and his exhausting eight shows a week, but most important, her scarred heart
begins to heal. Perhaps happily ever after might be a possibility after

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Author Bio

Angie Stanton is a life-long daydreamer who grew up with her
hands on a book and her head in the clouds. As an adult, she’s put her talent
to use writing contemporary fiction about life, love, and the adventures that

Angie is the bestselling author of nine novels. Her work has
been translated into French, German, and Bulgarian. In her spare time,
Angie sneaks off to New York City to enjoy the best live entertainment
experience--Broadway. She is a contributing writer to Broadway
 is currently working on another Broadway-themed book.

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2 stars

For me, this book dragged on! It took forever to get to the actual romance part because it was more about the dancing. Chelsea Barnes was picked to be on a "Dancing with the Stars" TV Show. Except she is not famous, She was just picked on random because they needed a replacement so they with a no name college kid who just lucked out. Her partner isn't happy with her, she hates being on the show.... At first I thought her romance was going to be with the partner. But, nope. It dragged until we finally met the hero of the book.

British guest singer, Broadway star Thomas Evan Oliver is the other half to this romance. The problem is, he loves in NYC and her LA. They fall in love right away and it is a little cheesy. Towards the end I skimmed to see what happened because I failed to care enough to follow it through.