The Dancer: The Ballerina Series Book 3 (Volume 3)
by Ursula Sinclair
Publication Date: Aug 01, 2015
List Price: $11.99
Format: Paperback, 280 pages
Publisher: On-Demand Publishing LLC
Parent Company: Amazon.com, Inc.
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“Let me in.” Dante It’s not easy being a male dancer in a world where women dominate. Ballet. Yeah, I’m a ballet dancer, but I prefer male professional dancer. Still, I am at the top of my profession. Choreographers clamor to create dance pieces for me, and women just clamor for me period. See, being straight in a female dominated profession has its perks. But even though I don’t hurt for companionship, I still get up in the middle of the night reaching for something, someone, who is not the person lying next to me. Because I always wake up feeling empty inside until. She played for me. Kali It’s not easy being a female in a male dominated profession. Most people can’t name five female guitarist, bass or lead, but I bet they can name five male guitar players. Still, I am at the top of my profession. I’ve proven to the world that music ability isn’t driven by gender. It hadn’t always been that way, but now I am in constant demand. My time is no longer my own. As for a relationship with a significant other? I stay away from other musicians I perform with or might perform with, like the plague. Not good to mix business with pleasure. Still, I’m only human and I wake up in the middle of the night reaching for something that’s just not there. Then one day he danced for me, and suddenly, I was no longer empty inside. Violence. Due to the content of this work recommended for 18+ only. This is the third book in The Ballerina Series but can be read as a stand alone.
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