Abilene is not a dancer. Honestly she
has two left feet. When her brother signs her up for a
reality dancing show, she wants to shoot him. The grand
prize of $50,000 could go a long way to helping her family
out plus some. She decides to at least talk to the producers
before making a decision.
Rio does not want to be on Dancing
with Rednecks, but the dancing spoof is possibly good
publicity for his dance studio. The beauty he is paired with
is driving him nuts and he realizes he likes her southern
down home personality.
Dancing Shoes and Honky Tonk
Blues was a light, cute tale of finding oneself and
growing as a person. Ms. McLane knows how to write wonderful
tales with just the right mix of comedy and wit.