Way Too Far
Scott is the son of one of the wealthiest men in the world, but he despises the way his father uses money to manipulate and control everything and everyone. Scott makes it his life's mission to use his talents and privilege for good, so he volunteers his time at a doctor's office, and at the University of Florida as the ballet accompanist. Clinging to her dreams and running from her past, Anne enrolls in college, majoring in dance. Determined to succeed, she vows to not date any guy-no matter how hot-until she graduates or is hired by her dream company. Guys are nothing but trouble and pain, and she has plenty of experience to prove it. To her great joy, Anne is cast as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet. But due to her lack of experience in love and in the bedroom, she struggles to interpret the love scenes. The artistic director gives her an ultimatum: develop her on-stage sensuality and passion or lose the role. All along, Anne has been able to withstand Scott, the hot new accompanist's, advances. However, with the looming threat of the artistic director, she takes a chance on love. But neither Scott nor Anne are aware that they're bound together by a tragic past, a past threatening to tear the lovers apart. *Book one of three.* This is book 1 in the "WAY TOO FAR" series. Book 2, "WAY TOO SOON," and the conclusion, "WAY TOO NEAR," are now available.
- Paperback | 212 pages
- 140 x 216 x 12mm | 272g
- 13 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white