Dominic rented the last car available when all flights were canceled.
Tony's family will never forgive him if he misses his sister's wedding.
What's the worst that could happen if Dom offers him a ride?
Tony could see him again, dressed up in a tux.
If the family only knew what he'd done with the best man...
Whatever happens, this is sure to be a trip they'll never forget.
Dance With Destiny was previously released under the pen name Sloan Johnson. It has been lightly revised, but still contains the same instant attraction, awkward reunion in a cathedral, sassy best friends, and stolen moments with or without total privacy.
It's a deep tale of healing, recovery, and coming out. A story of gathering the strength to be who you want to be, instead of who you've been forced to be. It's a story with controlling parents, a long time beard, and a painful past to deal with.
But, ultimately, it's a story of chosen family and the strength such a supportive family can provide. I think everyone would love to be a part of the Rossi family; I know I would! Seriously, I love them and could read about them over and over again.
The writing is seamless, the characters complex, and the storyline full of depth. The reader is treated to some fantastic character growth in these wonderful men.
In the end, Dance With Destiny is a stellar read, full of heart and emotion. This Quinn Ward book is absolutely riveting. I'm definitely adding it to my list of favorite hurt/comfort reads. It's stunning in it's beauty.