Iris Adams can’t dance.
She can act. She can hike the Appalachian Trail. She can resist every carb known to womankind. She can make people laugh.
But she has no moves. Not even one.
Her lack of rhythm has never been an issue until she gets the chance to take her TV show to the big screen. The movie is sure to make her a household name—if she can just nail the Cajun dance scene.
Beau Landry is a minimalist. He doesn’t even own a TV.
A South Louisiana native, Beau’s mission in life is to preserve his Cajun culture. The full-time French teacher and part-time dance instructor is only working with this Hollywood head case to help out his uncle.
It’s not because she’s beautiful even when she’s embarrassing herself. It’s not because she’s as funny as she is kind. And it’s definitely not because she just might need him as much as he needs her.