Private Dancer

Private Dancer

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by Sheri WhiteFeather
     
 

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Another scorching erotic romance from national bestselling author Sheri Whitefeather.

It's been two years since Jay and Beverly divorced- and Jay still can't get her off his mind. Even more frustrating is that Beverly hasn't given up her job as a stripper at a local club-so close, yet so untouchable, unless Jay's willing to pay.

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Overview

Another scorching erotic romance from national bestselling author Sheri Whitefeather.

It's been two years since Jay and Beverly divorced- and Jay still can't get her off his mind. Even more frustrating is that Beverly hasn't given up her job as a stripper at a local club-so close, yet so untouchable, unless Jay's willing to pay.

Old passions and jealousies lure him to the club. But when Jay pays for a lap dance, it only makes him want her back, and want her bad. Now for Jay and Beverly, it's the second time around. But this time, there are going to be a few changes, and what happens between them is that last thing either expected.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781101188934
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
08/03/2010
Sold by:
Penguin Group
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
272
Sales rank:
689,593
File size:
287 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Sheri Whitefeather is a bestselling Harlequin author. She lives in California.

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Private Dancer 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The harem stuff was depressing.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
Beverly Gilbert loves her vocation in spite of knowing that being an exotic dancer who also taught the art led to her divorce two years from her husband Jay Novak. He hated her profession and demanded she end her career as Malibu; instead she quit their marriage. Now his former ménage partners (Amber and Luke) persuade Jay to come to the Dusky Doll because he remains hard (heart and penis) at the thought of Beverly. Jay asks her what she has been doing and she mentions regression therapy. In the late eighteenth century in the Mediterranean, Camille Renard is to marry spoiled Neylan Empire heir Prince David Abir Ron Veli, but she detests being just part of the harem. She wants to be his harem and plans to lure her future husband with her sexual enticement. As the stripper and the ex begin an affair, she wonders if he was the Prince while he is jealous of her Prince. This is an entertaining erotic romantic fantasy that uses reincarnation to tie the two eras together. The story line is heated from the moment Jay reappears in Beverly's life especially beginning with her lap dance that readers will want to emulate with their significant other. Well written with strong characterizations, sub-genre fans will relish Beverly two times while wondering like her if Jay is jealous of himself. Harriet Klausner