Genre: Realistic Fiction/Romance
# of Pages: 294
Hannah has been a dancer at an elite Ballet company for many years and was completely fine dedicating so much of her life to it. After meeting a musician in a restaurant, however, she began to realize how much she has given up for her dancing and she is not even a solo dancer. Can she accept the fact that she has dedicated herself so strongly to something she may never reach the top at? Can she bring herself to walk away after so many years of hard work to pursue something else she may not even like?
This story allows readers to see what it is like to be a dancer in a ballet company. There are numerous rehearsals, fittings, physical therapy sessions, nutrition experts, etc. that are constantly ruling how the dancers should live. They are simply expected to give up any kind of outside life in order to succeed in this difficult field. Hannah is unusual in that she begins to think about life outside of the studio and is not sure she is up for the challenge of doing what it takes to get promoted. On the other hand, whenever she sees other girls get promoted over her she feels jealous and hurt. Is she meant to be a solo ballerina or merely a background dancer? Readers interested in dancing, the arts, or romance will enjoy this book wholeheartedly.