Saturday, January 21, 2012
Save the Last Dance by M.G. Crisci
A turn of the century romance between a boy named Charlie and a girl named Fanny that lasts for eight decades. Along the way, he marries twice, she marries once. They never marry each other...but the spark never dies.
I loved Save the Last Dance. It's very inspiring to think that after eighty years, and several rough patches, people can still love each other as much as the first day they met. I like how Fanny and Charlie even married other people, and still loved each other. I couldn't put Save the Last Dance down, and read it in a little over a day. The only person that I wasn't fond of in the book was Margie. She was very nasty and rude, and her drinking and whining got annoying. It took me about halfway through the book before I figured out it was non-fiction. Normally I hate non-fiction books, but that's not the case with this book. I must admit, the end of this book is sad, but in a good way. It made me cry for a little while after I finished it. I recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a great love story. I can't wait to read the rest of M.G. Crisci's books.
I give Save the Last Dance: 5/5.
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I received this book in exchange for an honest review, and was in no way compensated for this review.