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Allison goes looking for a ballet instructor—can Josh dance his way into her heart?AT THE BARRE is a short erotic romance story. Heat level: grab a fan.

Allison Elliot was too short to be a ballerina—according to the studio that turned her away. Determined to pursue her childhood dream of learning ballet, she signs up for lessons at a different studio and quickly catches the attention of her instructor.

Josh Owen is more than happy to be her teacher, and maybe more if she’d let him, but she doesn’t seem to notice his advances. Is she oblivious to the obvious chemistry between them, or is something more going on? When Allison threatens to drop his class, Josh urges her to reconsider. Will she stay, or will she give up on two dreams—ballet and love?

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ISBN: 9781533777409
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Copyright © 2016 E.M. Denning

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AT THE BARRE

Allison goes looking for a ballet instructor—can Josh dance his way into her heart?

Allison Elliot was too short to be a ballerina—according to the studio that turned her away. Determined to pursue her childhood dream of learning ballet, she signs up for lessons at a different studio and quickly catches the attention of her instructor.

Josh Owen is more than happy to be her teacher, and maybe more if she’d let him, but she doesn’t seem to notice his advances. Is she oblivious to the obvious chemistry between them, or is something more going on? When Allison threatens to drop his class, Josh urges her to reconsider. Will she stay, or will she give up on two dreams—ballet and love?

Allison Elliot was too short to be a ballerina. That’s what the instructor at the last studio told her when she went there to sign up for lessons. It didn’t matter that she was only looking to fulfil her childhood dream and had no intentions of dancing professionally. The woman had looked down her nose at Allison and picked her apart. Her thighs were too thick. Her ass was too wide. Her shoulders were too boxy, and according to the woman who towered over her, five-foot-three was definitely too short.

Allison clutched the strap of her purse and entered the studio. Tentatively, she approached the front desk and cleared her throat to get the attention of the mouse-like girl behind the counter.

The girl behind the desk flicked her gaze over to Allison and flashed her a smile. What can I do for you?

I’d like to sign up for ballet. She spied a name tag pinned to her shirt. The adult beginner class, please, Heather.

Her fingers flew across a keyboard. You have a choice between Monday and Thursday evenings at seven or Tuesday and Friday evenings at eight. Classes run for two months at a time, the sign-up fee is two hundred and fifty dollars. Her gaze flicked up to Allison as she reached to