Center of Gravity

Center of Gravity by K.K. Allen Book Summary

"If I could rewrite the rules, I'd do it for you."

Lex came to Los Angeles with big dreams. To learn from the best choreographers in the business and to secure a professional dance gig working for Hollywood's elite. Everything was going according to plan—until she was shoved into the arms of the one man who could make or break her career.

Come to find out, it wasn't her career she had to worry about.

It was her heart.

Theo didn't work with amateurs. Then again, he had never seen anyone move across a dance floor like Alexandra "Lex" Quinn. She was athleticism and grace, precision and passion, and she had a stage presence he couldn't tear his eyes from.

He wanted her...on his team, in his bed. There was only one problem...

He couldn't have both.

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Oscar Kelly Allen Sr. (August 8, 1882 – January 28, 1936), also known as O. K. Allen, was the 42nd Governor of Louisiana from 1932 to 1936. Allen succeeded Alvin Olin King, who served briefly in the state's highest office after Huey Long left the governorship to take a seat in the United States Senate. Early life and education Allen was born in 1882 in a log cabin in Winn Parish to Asa Levi Allen and the former Sophronia Perkins. He attended Winn Parish schools, the Springfield Normal School and Business College in Springfield, Missouri, and Trinity University. Career Allen taught school in Winn Parish in 1898 and later in Mineral Springs, Texas, and Pleasant Hill in Sabine Parish. In 1908, he was an assistant registrar at Trinity. Thereafter, he worked at times in farming, railroads, the mercantile business, and in oil drilling. Allen took an early, active interest in politics and civic affairs. After joining the Democratic Party, he was elected tax assessor in Winn Parish and ser...

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