In and Out of Step

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Sid Harta Publishers, 2010 - Australian fiction - 466 pages
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'Aren't you tired of a past littered with escapes? Think about the woman you're becoming!' Leonie said, trying to prevent Cassie's flight. The past denied and her dance championship dreams discarded, Cassie Sleight leaves home. In the seemingly idyllic coastal town of Keimera, she starts a career on the English staff of the local high school. Contact with Mark Talbut, a man struggling to be modern yet threatened by power shifts in the workplace and in society, causes Cassie to assess her reactions as a woman and a teacher. As she does so, the secrets of her past surface. Will that past continue to choreograph Cassie's present steps? What sort of woman does she become?

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I was a First reads Winner on goodreads.com for this book. I started this book yesterday afternoon and just couldn't put it down, the discriptions of the scenery was just wonderful, and so was the ... Read full review

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User Review  - askum - LibraryThing

I really enjoyed reading this book. The only thing that bugged me about the book was the end because it keeps you thinking of what happens to a couple of the characters. I would love to read some more titles by Christine for sure. Thanks for the book. Read full review

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