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About the Author
Cintia Silva was born in Brazil into a life of poverty. In her early teens she began a successful modelling career which eventually took her to Europe, firstly to Italy and then Spain. After moving to Birmingham in the UK she decided to give lap dancing a try. After a shaky start, she quickly became a high earner. In five years she was able to pay off her mortgage and buy properties in the UK and Brazil. In her career as a stripper, Cintia has performed private dances for a variety of men, from the very wealthy, to the very well known. She has worked in clubs in New York, Madrid, Paris and Sao Paulo.
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After making the painful decision to leave her precious daughter in the care of her controlling ex boyfriend, she bravely chooses to travel to Europe in a last chance attempt to make it in the world of modelling. In danger of having to return to the life she desperately wanted to escape, she actually turns her life around by getting into lap-dancing in England, and meeting the love of her life who supports her in everything she does in order to reunite with her Daughter. But can she resist temptation, when a charming stranger becomes the forbidden fruit...
When a glamorous life a million miles (and pounds) from the strip clubs of England is almost within reach... But at what cost?
She moves through various establishments, and it is certainly is not an easy task to become as successful as she does!
The book gives insight into the authors childhood, complicated and painful emotions reveal how the most painful moments of her young and innocent life have shaped her future.
The book ends on an upbeat note with her saying goodbye to stripping and moving on with her life.
An excellent read, this book is intelligently written and does not dissapoint.
The story about the twins was heart breaking though.
Wishy washy, badly written in places.
Just really on about how beautiful and desirable she was.
It wasn't until near the end when you found out about her life that it became more interesting. Loads left unsaid so I presume another book?