Ooh La La by Doreen Alsen

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  • A Romantic Comedy

    Aspiring choreographer and dance teacher, Simon West is walking along the hall in the college where he teaches when he gets knocked over by klutzy, two left feet, accounting professor Veronica Cooke. Simon wants to get to know the beautiful woman who ran him down, but how will she react when she finds out his alter-ego is a super sexy cowboy at an upscale exotic dancing male revue and that he makes ends meet by taking off his clothes?


    She looked familiar.

    He wanted to talk to her but he still had a class to teach. “Okay! Let’s work on our combination.” Moving in front of the mirror-covered wall, he counted off and turned on the boom box.

    “Good job, everyone! I’ll see you Thursday.” He watched the students gather into a swarm and leave the studio. The woman stayed where she was. He wiped his hands on his sweatpants as he walked over to her. “Can I help you?”

    Her eyes were a dreamy shade of blue, the greenish blue of a calm sea. Her nose was small and straight in the middle of an oval face. Pretty. Very pretty.

    “Yes,” she said. “I came to apologize for running you over. Unfortunately I’m Queen of the Klutzes.”

    “Okay.” He held out a hand for her to shake. “Simon West. How did you know where to find me?”

    She smiled and nodded at the Barrett University Dance T-shirt he wore. “I went to the Dance Department office and asked. I’m Veronica Cooke. I hope I didn’t hurt you.”

    “You didn’t. Hurt me, that is.” Since when did he babble?

    Since now, he guessed. He had a hard time thinking around her. He wanted to reach out and touch her cheek to see if her skin was as soft and smooth as it looked.

    “Well, good. You’re a wonderful dancer. I wish I had that talent.” She glanced at her watch. “I’ve got to get to my office hours. It was nice to meet you.” She turned to leave.

    He didn’t want her to. He found he very much wanted her to stay. Here. With him. “Um, do you have time to get coffee later?” He wasn’t dancing at Hardbody that night.

    “I might. When?”

    “Around four?”

    “Four sounds great. Where?”


    “Okay. I’ll see you then.” She gave him one last smile and left.

    He indulged himself and watched her trundle down the hall. “I think I need to get to know you better, Veronica Cooke.”


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