Kickstart Your Heart With These 7 Romance Novels About Dancers
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Romance Novels About Dancers
There's something captivating about romance novels about dancers. The world of dance provides a wonderful backdrop for people to fall in love in a believable way many of us, unless we're dancers ourselves, don't get to experience.
We've found seven different romance novels about dancers we think you'll enjoy. Check out the book description and discover your next read!
Closer to Paradise by H. Stinington
Isabella and Daniel are popular competitive dance partners, used to living in the public eye. They have a strong connection to each other - partners in every sense of the word but romantically - but fear a romantic relationship would end their dance careers. Somehow, they manage to keep their attraction to each other a secret, but for how long?
Golden Dancer by Tara Lain
Reporter Mac Macallister is obsessed with getting to the bottom of a story, especially one involving the possibility that art collecting billionaire Daniel Terrebone stole a priceless work of art. A story like this would bring Mac the recognition he's longed for. Then Mac meets Trelain Medveyev, a ballet dancer. It turns out that Terrebone has also set his sites on Trelain. Mac ends up caught between passion, guilt, and indecision.
Our First Dance by Judy Lynn Hubbard
Damien Johnson had his heart broken in the past. Since then, he's shied away from relationships, preferring to play the field instead. Too bad the new dancer at his ballet company is making him feel things he hasn't felt in a long time. Determined to become a prima ballerina, Natasha Carter doesn't need a distraction like Damien in her life. Even as the passion grows between them, can they really pretend that they aren't forever in the making?
Pas De Deux: A Dance For Two by Lynn Turner
Prima ballerina Wilhelmina Allende jumps at the chance to work with Zachary Coen when the opportunity presents itself. Zack is an extremely talent choreographer, though his style and teaching method take Mina out of her comfort zone. With his first Broadway musical opening soon, Zack needs the perfect lead and Mina wants that to be her. But Mina is too classical. She needs everything to be perfect. When they team up, they become a perfect combination.
Waiting in the Wings by Melissa Brayden
Between dance classes, voice lessons, and a performance degree from a prestigious musical theater program, Jenna McGovern has trained her entire life for the stage. She lands an audition with a Broadway touring production, earning herself a prime supporting role. It turns out that Adrienne Kenyon, acclaimed TV star, is their headliner. Jenna fits right in, but doesn't prepare for the quick connection she and Adrienne develop both onstage and off.
Dance with Me by Alexis Daria
Book 2 in Alexis Daria's Dance Off series, Dance with Me is about dance Natasha Díaz, a woman dealt a rough hand after her roommate moves out and she's strapped for cash. Then she discovers her bedroom flooded because a hole in her ceiling. Desperate, she's forced to stay with Dimitri Kovalenko, a guy she just can't quit, though she refuses to sleep with him while they're living together. Dimitri has had a think for Natasha since the first time they danced together. Living together, they get to know each other in a way they've never had the opportunity to before. Will it be enough?
Second Position by Katherine Locke
A car accident ended Zedekiah Harrow's ballet career and suspended Alyona Miller's. Four years later, Zed teaches theater and music in a private school in Washington, D.C. when he isn't at AA meetings. Aly has only recently returned to Washington, D.C. to stay with her mom after a breakdown forced her to take a leave of absence. After a chance meeting in a coffee shop, it's like no time has passed for Aly and Zed. No longer with dance to act as a buffer between them, they must either start over or forget each other forever.
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