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RELATED TITLES UNIQUE SELLING POINTS 978-1-78264-170-4 14.99 Paperback 5 x 7.75 320 pages Fiction Contemporary Women Lion Fiction Rights NA November 27 2015 Can dancing mend Ruths broken heart Ruth Henderson has moved back in with her parents something she swore she would never do especially not at the age of thirty-three. But in the face of the mountain of debt left by her late partner and the fact that her teenage daughter Maggie is expressing her grief through acts of delinquency there was really only one option. Returning to a house Ruth swore never to set foot in again is bad enough. Add to this an estranged father whirlwind mother and Davidthe boy next door who broke her heartand it is little wonder Ruth can barely make it out of bed. But then reunited with her old friend Lois Ruth is persuaded to go along to a monthly girls night. Here she meets a bunch of incredible women and for the first time since leaving home at eighteen Ruth begins to make some genuine friends. She also has her first ever datewith the charming Dr. Carl Barker. However after a disastrous dinner and an upset Maggie still struggling with her fathers death Ruth promises her daugh- ter she wont go out with any other men. A promise she quickly regrets when David the boy next door asks her to dance... Beth Moran lives in Nottingham England with her husband and three children. When shes not writing Beth helps lead a national womens network. 19 FICTION ISBN 978-1-78264-170-4 9 7 8 1 7 8 2 6 4 1 7 0 4 I Hope You Dance Beth Moran Making Marion 978-1-78264-099-8 14.99 Written in dry humorous prose Covers serious issues with a lightness of touch A romance full of characters that you truly care about