Dance instructor Carolyn and her husband Ray would like to waltz their way gracefully into retirement. The only thing stopping them is their family...
A long-term, happy marriage. The perfect job. And four children who are all successful lawyers. Of course trouble is bound to come Carolyn's way. A follow-up to the surprise hit Julie and Romeo.
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Caroline is being hit with love and romance from every angle -- both the rise and decline. Through it all, her own husband is a rock. Her sister Taffy arrives with tons of suitcases and a badly-behaved dog named Stamp, and Caroline discovers that Taffy can dance too (Caroline runs a dance studio.) Taffy wants to work at the studio as a means of working through her pain and suddenly the sisters are actually bonding in their old age.
which is good as both their families go through emotional turmoil --- Caroline's son falls in love, Taffy can't locate her only daughter Holden who is a glamorous movie agent, the house needs constant repair and it looks like the daughter's wedding is going to have a guest list of 1000 -- how will they pay for it???
This is a great book and I look forward to reading the rest of the author's works.