When Las Vegas dancer Josie Day saves Tallulah Carlyle's life, she is rewarded with Blue Moon, an estate in Donovan's Corner, Arizona. Josie left Donovan's Corner behind at 18, and her parents and "perfect" older sister still reside there.

Josie dreams of opening a dance school within the mansion. And Luke Donovan, the property's true owner, whom Josie mistakes for the handyman, is reluctant to dash those dreams, especially after seeing how Josie is mistreated by the residents of the town. But for him to open his mechanic shop in Los Angeles, he must sell Blue Moon.

Luke is a wonderful, considerate hero. Josie's family and the residents of Donovan's Corner give a pleasant flavor to this lighthearted story. (Apr., 320 pp., $6.50)
Reviewed by: 
Susan Mobley