I Hope You Dance by Robin Lee Hatcher ~ Review

I Hope You Dance: A July Wedding Story (A Year of Weddings Novella 2, #8)My Review:

Skye Foster is the one that wedding parties go to to learn how to make that magical first dance one to remember. Skye has lived in King's Meadow for as long as she can remember and she's always dreamed of finding the special man to swing her around the dance floor, but in a small town where everyone seems to be marrying up, there aren't many options.
Until one day when she meets Grant Nichols on the street, he's a groomsman in the upcoming wedding of Buck and Charity. He's a cowboy with two left feet, but when he meets Skye he begins to think that learning to dance isn't such a bad idea, it's losing his heart that he'll have to watch out for!

Grant is a skilled cook, with just a cast iron skillet and a fire he can create a meal to awe those around him.

This is a fun up-beat, fast-paced read, and if you have read the King's Meadow series you will probably be familiar with so many of the characters already. When I saw that this book was about Skye I downloaded it and read it within the hour!

Overall, a great read, I loved how Grant and Skye both trust God and while marriage is a thought in their minds, they aren't desperate or anything. I really like reading this story from Skye and Grant's point of view, and seeing King's Meadow through their eyes. It was a sweet satisfying read that you won't want to miss!

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