About Sheryl’s Last Stand: A Laugh Out Loud Romantic Comedy (Bellydancing and beyond Book 1)
Broke, homeless, and addicted to chocolate, will Sheryl chase her dream or remain tied to her mother’s purse strings?
Sheryl, on the wrong side of thirty-five, has seen better days. She has lost her job, her home, and the ability to say no to her mother: a woman with as much sensitivity as a comedian.
Sheryl, a soft touch, is wilting in a sea of whiskey and American Wrestling. She spends her nights rooting for Johnstone, a wrestler as believable as Die Hard.
Until Sheryl discovers belly dancing.
Sheryl is a natural at belly dancing and dreams of performing in the sort of costume that would have her mother choking on her “you’re too fat” comments. So when the wrestlers come to town, Sheryl grabs her chance. She wins tickets to the wrestling event and the opportunity to not only meet Johnstone but Bellydance.
Sheryl feels hopeful until her mother finds out.
Will Sheryl grab her chance or toss her coin belt along with her dreams, to the wind?
Sheryl’s Last Stand is the first in the Bellydancing and Beyond series. If you like fast-paced books that make you laugh, then you will love Kerrie Noor’s wonderfully funny Bellydancing series.
Buy Sheryl’s Last Stand today to watch Sheryl shimmy towards a life worth getting out of bed for.
“Kerrie Noor builds up the plot with skill and never ceases to entertain.” Goodreads reviewer ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
“If you like to laugh, or at least smirk, then get this book. NB. I’m already reading Book 2, and it’s just as funny. So maybe you should get both at the same time.” Goodreads reviewer ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
“I like a book filled with crazy characters and a good story. A book that makes you laugh and think I can do it and this is that kind of book.” Goodreads reviewer ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Learn More About The Author
Back in the days before TV had remote controls and Scotland was known for the Bay City Rollers Kerrie left Australia on a working holiday and fell in love with many things Scottish. In the past, she has been a regular on Community Radio, taught Belly dancing, ‘done’ a little stand-up, and appeared at the Edinburgh Festival.
Kerrie still dances often accompanied by storytelling and the odd joke and has inflicted her quirky style of humor on many- including, several rest homes, charity events and pretty much anyone who will sit still long enough to listen.
She has past been shortlisted for the Asham short story award and had two short plays performed on radio.