Rebel Waltz (Loveswept, #128)

Rebel Waltz Loveswept New York Times bestselling author Kay Hooper tells a timelessly seductive tale of a romance touched by the paranormal and of a woman who opens a door to the unknown and finds a stranger with an irresi

  • Title: Rebel Waltz (Loveswept, #128)
  • Author: Kay Hooper
  • ISBN: 9780553217421
  • Page: 274
  • Format: Paperback
  • New York Times bestselling author Kay Hooper tells a timelessly seductive tale of a romance touched by the paranormal and of a woman who opens a door to the unknown and finds a stranger with an irresistible invitation.With its antebellum setting and gallant history, Jasmine Hall was than just a business for Banner Clairmont The lovingly preserved plantation era innNew York Times bestselling author Kay Hooper tells a timelessly seductive tale of a romance touched by the paranormal and of a woman who opens a door to the unknown and finds a stranger with an irresistible invitation.With its antebellum setting and gallant history, Jasmine Hall was than just a business for Banner Clairmont The lovingly preserved plantation era inn had been home to the Clairmont family for generations But the realities of modern real estate had made it time to sell even the most priceless treasures So it was hardly with a great deal of enthusiasm that Banner led real estate speculator Rory Stewart around the property How could this stranger whose southern charm and universal good looks made it impossible to entirely distrust him have any idea of Jasmine Hall s true value Yet what was Banner to make of the fact that Rory had seen the ghosts that never showed themselves to outsiders Was he destined not only to save the Hall but to live there Was his fate entangled with hers Or was she banking too much on an old family legend and wishful thinking

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    1. Another reprint from author Kay Hooper. "Rebel Waltz" was originally published as a 'Loveswept' title in 1986. These two facts (date and publisher) should give you plenty of warning as to the tone and heat index of the book. I confess that I did enjoy it, but that was mostly because I was prepared for the tenor since I knew what I was getting intoBanner has finally accepted that her beloved antebellum home, Jasmine Hall, will be sold. That doesn't mean she has to like it though! It's where she w [...]

    2. This would be considered a guilty pleasure read, however, in my case it cannot be called that because it was NOT a pleasure. It was predictable and silly. I only finished it to get my good reads stats up.

    3. Guess this wasn't my cup of tea. I would have enjoyed it more if it had more supernatural aspects and less of a love story.

    4. I wish I could give half stars, this is def a 3.5 book but not quite a 4 book.Charming story about a plantation home with ghosts. Only some people can see the ghosts tho-and never the hosts . A bit of romance, a bit more than I usually read, and Civil War ghosts and a big plantation house.Pretty good, not my fave but a quick read.

    5. Rebel Waltz is a novella that wanted to be a short story. It got off to a good start with a progressive pace and interesting premise. However, once Banner & Roy got together, there was nowhere for the story to go and so it plodded along until, like an old wagon horse, it just stopped.Rebel Waltz initially had the makings of an enjoyable tale. All the things you could want: sassy heroine, old plantation, likeable father. Sounds like Gone with the Wind, doesn't it? Hooper refers to Scarlet and [...]

    6. Kay HooperI love her Bishop special FBI series, about FBI agents who have special psychic powers and they discover new people who have the powers while tracking down serial killers and evil things. Cool, right? Well, Rebel Waltz is not in that series. This is one of Hooper's early books and it's pretty bad. It's about really. There's no conflict to this story. What's the point? It's actually a romance novel, or novelette, it's super short, with some good ghosts around. I'm so glad that Hooper us [...]

    7. I enjoyed the romance between Rory and Banner. Rory falls hard and fast when he meets Banner. His pursuit of her was amusing. I'll admit that I liked Rory more than I like Banner. I thought she gave him too much of a hard time about things. Personally, I thought the "practical joke" that she plays on him to get back at him for helping her was in very poor taste. I didn't see the humor in it. Anyway, while it's not the best of her early works, it is an enjoyable read.

    8. This is some old school Kay Hooper. I loved the southern setting and the ghost aspect was interesting. But the characters were rather flat and the plot got a little boring. I understand that the plantation had been in the family for years and years but honestly towards the end I wanted to tell everyone to just get over it and move on. Also all the Gone With the Wind talk started to get on my nerves.

    9. This was a fun read about a man who goes to visit a fine southern plantation with the hopes of purchasing it, only to find it haunted by ghosts. Happily, he is encouraged in his pursuit of the granddaughter of the house by said ghosts, and manages to win her heart, save the plantation for her, and get the girl as well.

    10. A very sweet romance that is set in the south where an old plantation isup for sale; or is it? Rory Stewart has fallen hard but is it for Banner Clairmont or the antebellum mansion that he wants to turn into a resort?Kay Hooper has written better starred titles but as I reader I also enjoy reading an author's earlier works.

    11. What a lovely little bit of light reading. A man and a woman find themselves and each other in a Tara-like southern plantation. The book made me smile many times and the occasional presence of benevolent ghosts was nicely done.

    12. Wow this is almost too sweet. I am almost through and may skim read.I read the whole thing and it got better toward the end with practical jokes that were hilarious and not as sweet. You understood the ghosts a little better that reside in the house.

    13. Nice fluffI'm so used to reading the bishop series I found myself swimming some of the pages. Love Kay Hooper tho

    14. And so the descent into the paranormal begins for Kay Hooper fans. This book introduces a family's ghosts and explains who can see them and why. Very good beginning for later paranormal titles.

    15. DisappointingNot much of a storyline, thought it would get better, but it didn't. Will try a more recent book of hers, they seem to have good reviews

    16. Kay Hooper is better in my opinion as a suspense thriller writer. I'm really not a big romance novel reader.

    17. I have always loved Kay Hooper's books. I've read Rebel Waltz before and I enjoyed it's re-release just as much as I did years ago.

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