Dancers in the Dark
A gritty, biting novel that exposes the excitement, grace, glamour and backstage of the ballet world with lusty dancers in cutthroat competition. Allison Fain’s desperate hunger for love and fame drives her from the lights of the stage to the dark realms of jealousy, sex and deception destroying lovers and friends along the way.
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