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What the community says about Phantom Waltz (Kendrick/Coulter/Harrigan)
- "Overall a decent read in my opinion. I think those who are disabled will identify more with the main character of the story and put themselves in her place. It's a story that will reaffirm the belief that there is someone out there for everybody. I'd give this book a second and third read."
- "While I do feel this type of story has been told time and time again --- the person who has essentially given up on love until they meet "That special someone --- I do think it is still effective as long as our characters are likable, and we as the readers or viewers, want to see them get their "Happy ending." I think Phantom Waltz does have the potential to be a fun read!"
- "As someone who is able bodied, I very much appreciated the viewpoints and insight into a world that I am mostly unfamiliar with. This book gives you a great appreciation for things that many of us take for granted everyday. The details of hardships and daily struggles were compelling and heartwrenching at times."
- "Phantom Waltz is written by Catherine Anderson and is one of the best western cowboy romance novels out there. It features a paraplegic who thinks her life is pretty much over until she meets a cowboy who changes everything. I really enjoyed this read and think a lot of others would as well. I would highly recommend it!"