I am definitely getting converted into an Amanda Meuwissen fan, after reviewing another of her books last week. I read this one in 48 hours as it was so smooth and easy to read - and I just kept wanting to see how this would develop. 
The main characters are fantastic with a lot of spark between them, and what I found interesting was that everything was told from one perspective. Usually in romances like this you'll have switching chapters, but in this case it was all from Teddy's point of view - and there were some nice tricks to help us get insight from Finn as well. Like Teddy overhearing a private conversation with his sister, all of which really meant it felt well-rounded and nicely deep.
This is a really sweet romance, with some steamy bits along the way. Just a great love story that I really enjoyed.

Loved: The attraction between the two characters and how obvious it was that they fitted each other perfectly. I also loved reading a story with a protagonist suffering a disability, even if a new and partially temporary one. 

Liked: The animals, the setting, and the side characters all fleshed it out really nicely

Disliked: I thought hard, but I couldn't actually come up with anything.

Burning Question: Is there going to be another book? With so many other romances happening around the side, I'd be interested to know whether this standalone could get a sequel.

I received a free ARC copy of this book but my review is my genuine opinion.
In the competitive world of dance, Teddy was a flawless performer and hardass choreographer who students feared and admired in equal measure. But hip surgery ended the glamour and drama, and now Teddy is recovering at his beach house, lost and listless.
Until he meets Finn, his neighbor, who is too perfect, gorgeous, and kind to exist—but very ill timed. In a seaside town as small as theirs, they can’t avoid each other, especially since Finn is also Teddy’s new physical therapist. But Teddy isn’t the man he used to be, and though Finn flirts shamelessly with him, Teddy can’t believe a has-been dancer is worthy of someone so young and full of life.
Finn’s sunny smile is also hiding heartache. Pursuing Teddy challenges both his professionalism and his self-preservation, but if he can convince Teddy to trust him, maybe they both can heal.

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