Series: Satin Slippers

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To Be a Dancer by Elizabeth Bernard1
CENTER STAGE-SATN SLP2 (Satin Slippers, No 2) by Elizabeth Bernard2
STARS IN HER EYES-SS#3 (Satin Slippers, No 3) by Elizabeth Bernard3
CHANGING PARTNERS-SS#4 (Satin Slippers, 4) by Elizabeth Bernard4
Second Best (Satin Slippers, No 5) by Elizabeth Bernard5
Curtain Call (Satin Slippers, No 6) by Elizabeth Bernard6
Temptations (Satin Slippers, No 7) by Elizabeth Bernard7
Stepping Out by Elizabeth Bernard8
Chance to Love: (#9) (Satin Slippers, No 9) by Elizabeth Bernard9
RISING STAR-SS #10 (Satin Slippers, No 10) by Elizabeth Bernard10
Starting Over: (#11) (Satin Slippers, No 11) by Elizabeth Bernard11
Summer Dance (Satin Slippers, Book 12) by Elizabeth Bernard12

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Series description

A young adult series following teenaged ballet dancer Leah Stephenson through her years at the San Francisco Ballet Academy - classes, performances, and friendships.


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