An irresistible novel about finding yourself...on the dancefloor.
At forty-two, Madeleine Huchinson is in a rut. Newly arrived in Australia from America, she is struggling to cope with two children, a flagging marriage and an overwhelming sense of invisibility.
One winter evening while trying to get her sick son to a GP, she glimpes couples dancing, touching and laughing in a warmly lit studio. Attracted to this new world and reminded of her younger self, she decides to join a Latin American dance class.
Maddy starts reclaiming her identity on the dance floor - facing choices that threaten her marriage and tempations that could see her lose everything.
written with panache and flair...[a] charming story - The Australian Women's Weekly
By page 100 your feet will be tapping - Australian Country Style
A beautifully written novel - New Idea
You'll be guessing to the end - MX
Christine Darcas's short stories, memoir and journalism pieces have appeared in both Australian and overseas publications. In addition to her creative writing, Christine writes to advocate fundraising for Victoria's Autism Spectrum Disorder community. She is passionate about Latin-American and Ballroom dancing and has successfully competed at a variety of levels within Australian Dancesport. She was born and raised in the US and lives in Melbourne with her husband and two children. She is the author of the novels DANCING BACKWARDS IN HIGH HEELS and SPINNING OUT, both published by Hachette Australia. For more information visit www.christinedarcas.com.