Friday 6 May 2022

Review of The Rhythm Of My Soul by Elin Dyer

Welcome to Roseheart Ballet Academy, where the best dancers have the biggest secrets…

Taryn Foster has her eyes set on becoming the first aro-ace ballerina in the academy’s company of professional dancers, and all she needs to do is graduate. But she’s haunted by the ghost of her dead sister—and now she’s living for the two of them.

Teddy Walker has a serious illness. But he’s determined to hide how ill he is and continue dancing—even if it kills him.

Jaidev Ngo was arrested the last time he danced. Now, he’s having a new start at Roseheart Academy, but someone here knows about his past—and that person wants revenge.

My Review: 5 STARS

I picked this up because the whole blurb and cover spoke to me. I’ve read some of Dyer’s work before and loved it and this one was no different. I didn’t know much about dancers, or ballet, but the way the story is told, you don’t need to to enjoy it immensely. I loved Taryn and the other POV characters, loved the twists and turns that came along with the story and loved just how it all came together. This is definitely a series to read again and again. Very much recommended and highly enjoyable for those who like a bit of mystery and intrigue in their stories!

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