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"Dream Dancing" shows the grittier side of the adult entertainment industry. Abby Broughton got into exotic dancing to help support a useless, drug-addicted boyfriend in Las Vegas Las Vegas (läs vā`gəs), city (1990 pop. 258,295), seat of Clark co., S Nev.; inc. 1911. It is the largest city in Nevada and the center of one of the fastest-growing urban areas in the United States. . She runs away from him to New Jersey, where she starts working at a small club. When she meets Mark Winston, who seems very stable, they fall fast for each other. Looking to escape their own loneliness, they marry within eight weeks of meeting. Not knowing each other very well, and knowing that men are pawing pawing
a form of behavior characterized by persistent use of one forelimb to dig in the ground, or to thump it, or to scratch at a fixed object such as a door; stimulated by subacute pain, boredom. his wife every night, Mark gets her to quit the business. After finding legitimate, respectable work, Abby's past comes back to haunt her. She is in danger. She also has to deal with her nosey nos·ey
Variant of nosy.
nosey or nosy
[nosier, nosiest] Informal prying or inquisitive
nosiness n neighbors believing that she is a woman of ill-repute. Not having a solid foundation in their relationship makes it very hard for Abby and Mark to trust each other and to turn to each other.
Other strippers Notable strippers of the past
"Dream Dancing" really takes a hard look at the world of adult entertainment. It is very realistic. Because of the topic, I was expecting a trashy novel. It isn't at all. It is very well written and thought out. J.J. Lair does an excellent job of character development. He delves Delves is a village in County Durham, in England. It is situated a short distance to the south of Consett. deeply into the reasons why these women end up in the business. He also did a great job with the mystery. He definitely has you convinced that you know who the murderer is, and then throws you for a loop, when you discover that you are wrong. I highly recommend this novel.
Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views