Vero Beach, Fla. (PRWEB) January 11, 2013
Author Rose Armentano debuts with a unique plot of a young talented ballerina who finds her soul mate in her ultimate dream to become a celebrated dancer. Phantom Dancer is a cadenced, gripping story of love featuring a refined blend of mystery.
Gabriella Martin is a striking ballerina with undeniable beauty and elegance who only lives to dance, or so she thought. She meets Dane Harrington, a premier danseur for a world-renowned dance company, one summer at Cliff House as they prepare for the Fall International Dance Competition in Paris.
Her passion for the art of dancing grows brighter as she and Dane fall in love with each other. Meanwhile, Meredith Winters, a rival of Gabriella, desperately wants Dane and the role of Adriana in the pas de deux which Dane plans to debut at the International competition in Paris. Meredith is determined to get the coveted role and bask in the spotlight of the competition as well as win over Dane’s heart.
The summer initially proves pleasant for both Gabriella and Dane. Cliff House, however, has its own mysterious secrets within its dark shadows. A series of weird, unexpected mishaps occur shattering Gabriella’s world. Totally confused and endangered by the turn of events, she begins to doubt her sanity…putting her career and Dane’s love at stake.
Readers will find the book intriguing and entertaining as the romantic and ghostly plot employed by Armentano unfolds. Phantom Dancer is a delightful book containing a well-defined love story set in the professional world of dance.
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About the Author
Rose Armentano is a former dancer, English teacher, and sometime painter. She currently teaches fitness and yoga in Vero Beach, Fla. She and her husband spend their leisure time together reading, writing, swimming, and working out in the gym. They consider it paradise living within walking distance of the Atlantic Ocean.
Phantom Dancer * by Rose Armentano
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