Private Dances [NOOK Book]

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An exotic dancer to make money for college, Dale usually stays onstage. Private dances are tricky, you never know when someone will try to take it too far. Big time player Gen makes him an offer he can't resist, though, for one dance. Just one. One dance turns into two, and soon Dale is drawn into Gen's world, one of wealth and power that spans two continents. Can they find common ground between a backwards Texas student and playboy with more money and power than Dale can even ...
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Overview

An exotic dancer to make money for college, Dale usually stays onstage. Private dances are tricky, you never know when someone will try to take it too far. Big time player Gen makes him an offer he can't resist, though, for one dance. Just one. One dance turns into two, and soon Dale is drawn into Gen's world, one of wealth and power that spans two continents. Can they find common ground between a backwards Texas student and playboy with more money and power than Dale can even imagine?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000106990
  • Publisher: Torquere Press
  • Publication date: 12/12/2006
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 367,613
  • File size: 292 KB

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"I Wanna Be a Cowboy" blared over the speakers, the lights bright and blinding in his eyes. It was always a little chilly up on stage for the first fifteen seconds or so, then the lights on his oiled skin and the dancing warmed him up. Made him sweat.

Dale moved, one hand on the pole, one hand up in the air like he was riding eight seconds. He couldn't see the eyes watching him, couldn't hear the hoots or hollers from the crowd, but still, he knew they were there, were watching him, trying to see his face under the shadow of the wide brim of his cowboy hat. Watching his prick, his ass framed by the leather chaps.

Shit. No thinking, Dale-man. No thinking. Just listen to the music and dance. That's it. Five minutes more and then the shift was over.

Five hundred bucks in his back pocket, baybee. One semester's worth of books for a night's work.

Hoo-boy.

He was just leaving the stage, ready to get his shit and go tip out with the DJ when the stage manager stopped him. "Hey, man, I know you're about off, but there's an offer from one of the boxes. You up for it?"

"How good an offer?" He really needed to study. He had a test tomorrow in anatomy, but rent was coming due....

"Two hundred and you don't have to tip it out." Which meant no ten percent off the top before he ever left the club.

Two hundred. Groceries, man. For a month. "Okay. Which one?"

"The far north box. They've been apprised of the rules." Manny clapped him on the back. "Thanks, man."

"No sweat." He slipped on a g-string, then headed up the stairs, whistling along with Rick's music, the Latin beat catchy, fun, bouncy. There were two guys in the shadowy box, both suits.One was the sort he was used to, Hell, he thought maybe he'd seen the guy before. A little on the hefty side, thick graying hair, thick lips. Not hideous, but nothing he wanted too close to certain parts of him.

The other guy was more in the shadows, sitting back in the lounge chair, a lowball dangling from his hand. Dale was pretty sure he'd never seen that guy before. Not at all. Cheeks like razorblades and eyes that sparkled in the low light; the guy watched him with predatory ease, none of the blustering and pretending he wasn't interested coming from him like it did the other guy.

"I'm Dee. Y'all asked for a private dance?" He tipped the hat low, let his body move to Rick's music. He wasn't so good at this part--the talking part.

"We did." Oh, that voice was like the look. Dark and sharp, with just a hint of an accent. "Don't talk, Dee. Just dance."

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