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I'm continuing with the next eight from 'Dancing for the Boys' I have played with the punctuation a little so as not to interrupt the flow, enjoy!:
James sent his chauffeur to collect Tanya at 7pm and she was ushered to a room at the back of his sumptuous house. Her eyes widened at the splendour and obvious affluence surrounding her. Greek statues stood in corridors, high ornate ceilings towered above her, and expensive, exotic paintings hung proudly on clean, subtly painted walls. For the first time Tanya wondered whether James lived alone.
She sat cautiously in a small sitting room covering her outfit with a full length raincoat. After a few minutes James arrived, he was dressed casually in beige chinos and a black T shirt, his feet were bare and Tanya could hardly contain her excitement at his presence.
“Tanya!” he greeted her with a small kiss to the back of her hand, “Thank you so much for coming, I wasn’t sure…” his voice trailed off and Tanya sensed a little trepidation in his speech.***********************
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Who doesn’t love to dance? Who doesn’t love to tease the men watching, willing them to notice and lust after your body? What would you do if you were given the chance to perform before a group of appreciative gentlemen for a large amount of money? The latest release from the pen of Gemma Parkes combines two stories of exotic dancing and what it means to two women when they truly perform.