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Contemporary Romance / Drama / Suspense

Release Date:
January 17, 2014

Carmen Andrews hasn't spoken for a year, not since she was viciously tortured by a psychopath. Forced into silence by the trauma, she finds a new life in a new town. As a dancer, she can get away with her silence. In her head is a mess of memories, withheld frustrations, and a host of wingless dreams. When her new psychiatrist sends her to a speech therapist to help loosen her tongue, she meets Jacob Weller.

Fresh out of graduate school, Jacob is eager to help those who are suffering from mutism and other speech and language disorders. When he meets Carmen, he finds her attractive but his high ethical standards keep him from mentioning it. But when he's blown away by another woman, his thoughts wander back to the hauntingly beautiful face of Carmen, of the emotive way she looks through him and seems to know him.

As Jacob begins to treat her, he finds himself drawn more and more to her, and even begins to confide in her about himself. As his actions border on the unprofessional, with no visible changes in Carmen, he faces an emotional and professional dilemma.

Carmen struggles with her demons and secrets... secrets that keep her mouth firmly shut and her heart desperately wanting.

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Author PicI'm a thirty-two-year-old female author living in Seattle, Washington. I'm married to the love of my life and have been for ten years. I come from Coos Bay, Oregon and moved to Seattle six years ago. I love it here and don't see us going anywhere anytime soon.

I've been heavily influenced by contemporary writers like J.K. Rowling, Mary Balogh, Christina Dodd, Stephanie Laurens, Laurell K. Hamilton, Anne Rice, Stephen King, and many many others. Indie authors who've influenced me (and these are just a few) are Jasinda Wilder, Michelle Hughes, Kristin Flynn, Katie Mac, Dawn Robertson, Ada Slow, Melissa Brodky, Brandelyn Harris, Brandy Dorsch, and Brandy Jellum.

 Jasmine's Review

I have no idea how to start this review. I really liked this book I couldn't put it down at all! I read it in like 2 hours from cover to cover without stopping. Instead of doing homework... This is what I ended up doing. But it was sooo worth it!

Carmen a previous ballerina was abducted after one of her shows. Then ever since she has stopped talking. I personally really like Carmen, her hard exterior and soft interior. She is really tough but she cries more than an average person would. 

Jacob feels like a really creepy doctor. He seems like a really good doctor at the start but throughout the course of the book it feels like he should be the patient instead. But he does admit he's emotionally broken so I'm cool. Jacob is a really great guy but when he's drunk he seems kind a sleazy (I'm not really sure what that word means but it feels like the right word.) 

This book isn't just a romance book with an emotionally damaged girl but it's also a mystery or thriller (genres confuse me). And it was really exciting I didn't know who's who and it made me read more. 

I do have ONE problem with this book. They're love came out of no where like they had sex then bam I LOVE YOU. The thing is it was only supposed to be like a one night stand but it seriously had no basis whatsoever. If this was improved it could have been a 5 star.

4 Ballerinas



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