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Dancing At All the Weddings by Susan Surman

Susan Surman (known to Doomwatch fans as the actress Gracie Luck, has just published a new book called "Dancing at all the Weddings" which is an adult saga in the romantic novel genre published by Second Wind Publishing.

Information from the back cover...

Dancing At All The Weddings

Vivacious and talented Elaine Richman is faced with choices: A risky life in the New York theatre; an exciting life with college sweetheart, actor/director Jake Applebaum in Hollywood; a secure life in Boston with predicable lawyer David Alter, the match anointed by her domineering mother because ‘he’s the kind you marry.’ On the way to a dream, it is possible to collide with another dream’s seduction, only to learn there is no fulfillment on the path to safety. Elaine goes through the wringer to meet herself, proving there is no expiration date on talent or true love.

Susan Surman writes with authenticity, deep passion and sly wit. I’ve enjoyed everything she’s written.
- Mick Scott, Editor, Winston-Salem Journal

Susan is a master story teller whose writings appeal to readers regardless of age, culture or geography. She transports you to the time and place of her stories effortlessly. If books are your friends, Susan’s books will be your best friends forever.
- Mark Romeo, Executive Producer of “Blue Gold the Movie”

As a musician, I respond to the rhythm of language. Surman hits it every time.
- Grant Foster, composer of “The Pearl of Dubai Suite”

I read an early draft of ‘Dancing At All the Weddings’ and couldn’t put it down. Danielle Steel, move over!
- Robin Motsinger, Romance Novels Enthusiast
Boston-born Susan lived abroad for nearly twenty-five years in London and Sydney as an actress and playwright (Gracie Luck/Susan Kramer) before returning to the States. Other published novels: Max and Friends; Sacha: The Dog Who Made It to the Palace; The Australian Featherweight; The Noble Thing.

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