She is very talented with everything she touches, dancing, acting, writing.
--Lesley Bohm Photography

’Rebel On Pointe’ is one terrific read that fans of all ages will enjoy for its clear storytelling, historic perspectives and histrionic characters from someone who lived to see the status of women greatly elevated, and who was herself a part of that story.
--Critical Dance

Rebel on Pointe takes readers on an immersive journey through dance history in the mid-to-late 20th century.
--The Edmond Sun

A fascinating personal account of a world that most people will never experience.

Her story of taking classes alongside Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev, being mentored by Native American ballet star Rosella Hightower and later dancing on Broadway, is captivating....Her tales of life as a young ballerina in Europe make one want to read similar musings on the rest of her career. Let’s hope there’s a sequel in the works.
--Mediander (Blog)

Will make you laugh and cry. Rebel on Pointe is a book that everybody should read if they’re interested in ballet or the entertainment industry.

This compelling story takes us on the journey from youthful inspiration through a professional career as a Broadway singer/dancer. Her early foray into the world of ballet is both inspirational and heartbreaking.
--The Gypsy Chorus

In her delightful book, Rebel on Pointe . . . Lee takes her path of being a teenager in the early 60s and deciding to journey down the road of dancing artistry.
--Broadway World

[A] fascinating memoir.
--Balancing Pointe

Wonderfully written. . . . Upbeat.
--Book Girl’s Book Blog