LOVE ON POINTE by Tiffany Odekirk

Rhys Solario has a secret—one he plans to keep: he’s a non-Mormon attending Brigham Young University. With only two semesters left before graduation, he just wants to keep flying under the radar. Then he meets Emmy in a Book of Mormon class, and for the first time, the idea of keeping to himself doesn’t sound so appealing. Emmy Jennings feels confident only when she’s dancing ballet. With every plié and chassé, all her worries fade away. But when she fails to earn a coveted solo.

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Teenagers?Yes
Adults?Yes

Comments: This is a cute Latter Day Saint (LDS) love story that took me right back to my days at Brigham Young University (BYU). Both Rhys and Emmy are morally upstanding characters, and that was a breath of fresh air. I enjoyed how dance was intermixed into the storyline, and I was happy to see that Emmy didn't falter in her love of ballet while also experiencing love for the first time. This novel plays with the idea of LDS members and non-members dating, and the potential fallout that can happen because of it. Overall, it is a good, clean read that I would recommend.

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