When middle-aged couple Reggie and Abbie Bartlett moved to a new town, they found themselves in need of exercise and a little excitement. Intrigued by a classified ad for square dance lessons, they sign up. As they progress from beginners to "official" square dancers, they get much more than they bargained for.
Follow the zany adventures of the couple and their interesting new friends, including one tenacious lady who insists on tackling the male and female parts of the dances, even though she can't get through one dance without breaking down the square, and one cantankerous old codger who enjoys speaking his mind, no matter who he's insulting.
His short story is a fun fictional look at square dancing and the characters drawn to this form of dancing
This book is good fun and I really enjoyed reading about the one person always breaking up the square. The guy in the wheelchair. In all. The characters made this an especially fun read.