Colorado Violet: Book II of the Colorado Flowers Series


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Violet adores her loyal, dependable farmer boyfriend and the sleepy small town she grew up in, but she yearns for the excitement of a less predictable life in Denver where she can follow her dreams of becoming a dancer. She aches to dance jazz and converse with poets, writers and artistic types who, like her, dream of one day finding fame while doing what they love.

Her parents agree to enroll her in a dance school in Denver, and at first it seems as if everything is falling into place for Violet. She meets exciting friends and is paired with a gorgeous, talented young man for the upcoming dance performance.

But not all that glitters is gold, and before long, a detective is snooping around the dance school, asking questions about secretive Madam Matveyevna, the owner of the school. To make matters worse, her gorgeous dance partner, Nathaniel, appears to despise her and strongly resents having to dance with an amateur. And her lovely boyfriend, Jacob, is becoming increasingly impatient with their long-distance relationship, putting pressure on her to return home and marry him.

As Violet becomes embroiled in the murder mystery of who killed Madam Matveyevna's husband, it becomes apparent that she must save the dance school or risk losing her dreams of becoming a dancer. Just as her problems begin to feel insurmountable, she discovers that true love and the answer to her prayers was right in front of her all along.

~ Colorado Violet is set between 1919-1921—the start of the Roaring Twenties. The era marked the beginning of a social revolution where jazz music and dance took the world by storm, movie stars graced the screens of silent films, women began to find independence—earning their own incomes and embracing the flapper style—and alcoholic drinks flowed freely at illegal speakeasies. This book is loosely a sequel to Colorado Rose, and focuses on the life of Rose’s daughter, Violet. (It is not necessary to read Book I first). ~

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