By Nellie Bennett
Looking for herself, Nellie Bennett fell passionately in love...with the land of flamenco
One day, Nellie Bennett falls in love with flamenco in a Sydney dance studio. uninterested in her dull retail task and longing to catch up with to the genuine event, she packs her suede dance footwear and travels to Seville, Spain. What Nellie didn't become aware of is that flamenco is not only a dance; it's a lifestyle. whereas there, she falls in love 3 times-with a smoky-eyed dance instructor, a tempestuous Gypsy, and with a good-looking Basque chef-only to find that it's the rustic that's held her middle all alongside.
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