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Saturday, September 5, 2020

Review: Interpretive Hearts



Interpretive Hearts by Amanda Meuwissen
Gay Contemporary Romance


Love is easy once you learn the steps. 

In the competitive world of dance, Teddy was a flawless performer and hardass choreographer who students feared and admired in equal measure. But hip surgery ended the glamour and drama, and now Teddy is recovering at his beach house, lost and listless.

Until he meets Finn, his neighbor, who is too perfect, gorgeous, and kind to exist—but very ill timed. In a seaside town as small as theirs, they can’t avoid each other, especially since Finn is also Teddy’s new physical therapist. But Teddy isn’t the man he used to be, and though Finn flirts shamelessly with him, Teddy can’t believe a has-been dancer is worthy of someone so young and full of life. 

Finn’s sunny smile is also hiding heartache. Pursuing Teddy challenges both his professionalism and his self-preservation, but if he can convince Teddy to trust him, maybe they both can heal. 



5 out of 5 fairies

Interpretive Hearts will warm your soul. Teddy is older and a bit of a curmudgeon at times, but Finn is absolutely charming. Teddy has his own charm about him, and you can tell from the start that under his rough exterior he has a heart that's hurting from all he's lost. I can't tell who I fell in love with first, but Finn and Teddy's story absolutely warmed my heart and gave me hope for the possibility of love after loss. Highly recommend for anyone looking for a sweet heart-warming story.




Where to buy: Dreamspinner | Amazon

Add to your TBR list: Goodreads


 
About the Author: Amanda Meuwissen is a bisexual and happily married 35-year-old geek. Primarily an M/M romance author with a focus on urban fantasy, she has a Bachelor of Arts in a personally designed Creative Writing major from St. Olaf College and is an avid consumer of fiction through film, prose, and video games. Amanda lives in Minneapolis, MN, with her husband, John, and their cat, Helga.


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