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First Love by Adrienne Sharp
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Adam and Sandra are dancers, friends since they were fifteen, now lovers. She is in the corps of the New York City Ballet and has just caught the eye of legendary director George Balanchine. He is an explosively gifted new star who has defected to a rival company. They are in love, both of them passionate and ambitious, but ill-prepared to handle the demands, seductions, and expectations that are visited on them as they come within reach of their dreams. Since the beginning of his career, Balanchine, now an old man, has meant to create his own extravagantly-staged version of Sleeping Beauty, a dream he has never realised. In Sandra, for years an unnoticed member of the corps, he identifies his last muse and plans to write a Sleeping Beauty for her to star in, his final and greatest ballet. But Balanchine's favour comes at a price, and forces Sandra to decide between two loves. Should she continue her troubled involvement with the first man she has loved and follow his vision of their future? Or should she accept all that the Balanchine offers - the fulfilment of a dream nurtured from childhood, during those endless hours at the barre?

Author Biography

Adrienne Sharp is the author of the acclaimed short story collection, White Swan, Black Swan (not published in the UK, though a bestseller in the US). She studied ballet from the age of seven and trained with the prestigious Harkness Ballet in New York. She lives in LA.
Release date NZ
August 1st, 2005
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
William Heinemann Ltd
Pages
432
ISBN-13
9780434014514
Product ID
1698299

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