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Take the Lead By Alexis Daria (Swerve) When professional dancer Gina Morales sets out for the Alaskan wilderness to meet her celebrity partner for “The Dance Off” (a fictional “Dancing With the Stars”), she discovers a bearded woodcutter named Stone Nielson.
He has no interest in dancing, but Gina has a plan.This is a case of extreme opposites attracting: Gina is a hilarious city girl, and Stone is a stoic mountain man with a secret. Armentrout (Morrow) Armentrout’s new romantic suspense series begins with the story of Sasha, a woman who narrowly escaped a serial killer a decade ago.