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The ballroom class

The ballroom class

Dillon, Lucy

It's time to be swept off your feet ... A heartwarming debut about Britain's hottest craze, for fans of The Reading Group. Angelica's running away again, whilst Katie and Russ are trying to save their marriage. Meanwhile, Lauren is dreaming of the perfect first dance at her wedding, even though her mum, Bridget, is terrified she'll never be able to afford it. As friendships are formed over the foxtrot at the evening dance classes they all attend, everyone starts to find themselves learning important lessons about life, love -- and everything in between. And perhaps the most important less is that you can never keep secrets from your dance partner

Hardback, Book, Reproduction. English. Modern fiction.
Published London: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, 2008
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Statement of responsibility: Lucy Dillon
ISBN: 0340933933, 9780340933930
Note: Hardback.
Biography: Lucy Dillon was born in Cumbria in 1974. She now divides her time between London and the Wye Valley. She first learned to dance at primary school, and has been ever since. Though she would love to be able to foxtrot like Ginger Rogers, she knows it's a futile dream due to her habitual lead.
Physical Description: 480 p.
Subject: Female friendship Fiction.; Ballroom dancing Fiction.