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A Bit About Bachata


Author Interview-Mary Frame


All Dressed Up & Somewhere to Go

Wardrobe Tips for Dancing
While Latin dances are inherently sexy, you can still look hot without straying too far outside your comfort zone. Remember that unlike other dress-up places like the office, you’re going to be moving. Shoes If you’re going to dance on a regular basis or are taking lessons, dance shoes are a worthwhile investment, especially considering the expense of a turned ankle or a wrecked knee. Dance shoes are designed for comfort and easy movement. If the idea of dancing on spiky heels makes you anxious, look for shoes with a Cuban heel. Dresses vs Pants Either is fine—pants or leggings paired with a sparkly top can be as sexy as a slinky dress.If the club is new to you, check the dress code before you slip into your favorite jeans.Whatever you decide, your clothes should allow you to move easily.As Joan Rivers once said, “Just because it zips doesn’t mean it fits.” Bling I favor sparkly bracelets that are either elastic or chain link so they lay flat on my wrist, they…

Invitation to Dance


New Release-Package Deal

I'm thrilled to announce the release of my third title and first book in my Rhythm & Romance series, Package Deal. I love Latin dances (Bachata, Salsa and Cumbia) and I had a blast writing this one.

Widowed attorney, Liz Grant, buries her grief in a deluge of paperwork.On whim she takes a free dance lesson at the club Eclipse where the mojitos are cold and the Salsa is hot.She falls for Salsa’s spicy rhythms and Patrick Cavanaugh’s sexy grin.But can Liz handle the dramatic change of tempo in her well-ordered life? Patrick has all the right moves, but struggles to keep his balance as his adult daughter spins out of control.Will their love survive off the dance floor?
Special thanks to my production team. Editor:  Marian Kelly-
Formatting by Stevie DeInk-http//
Cover design by Harris Channing-

Thanks so much ladies you all did an amazing job!

Author Interview-Colleen Ladd