Kiss And Tango: Diary of a Dancehall Seductress by Marina PalmerKiss And Tango: Diary of a Dancehall Seductress by Marina Palmer

Kiss And Tango: Diary of a Dancehall Seductress

byMarina Palmer

Paperback | May 23, 2006

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Approaching her dreaded thirtieth birthday, Marina Palmer suddenly found herself adrift in anxiety. A successful but bored advertising executive -- on the therapist's couch thrice weekly and with no lasting love in her life -- she longed for true passion and adventure. Then, on a whimsical vacation to South America, at a steamy two A.M. milonga, she found what she was looking for: tango! From her very first close-up glimpse of Argentina's signature dance she fell head over heels. She left everything behind -- her fast-track career, her desperate search for "the One" -- to pursue her new obsession in Buenos Aires, seeking a dancing partner, storybook love, and the tango lessons that might ultimately help her to earn a place on the professional circuit.

In Kiss & Tango, Marina Palmer chronicles in no-holds-barred diary-style confessions her exhilarating misadventures on the Argentine dance floor . . . and beyond. An inspiring, outrageous, and unforgettable true story bursting with passion, adventure, romance, heartbreak, and steamy sex, it is the ideal book for anyone who secretly dreams of taking that one sweet, impossible gamble of a lifetime.

Marina Palmer was born in New York City and raised in England, where she attended the Lycée Français and Cambridge University. She lives in Buenos Aires.
Title:Kiss And Tango: Diary of a Dancehall SeductressFormat:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.79 inPublished:May 23, 2006Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0060742976

ISBN - 13:9780060742973


Editorial Reviews

“A sexy cross between Bridget Jones and Stella’s groove, with fishnet stockings and a Spanish accent.”