After Mel’s disastrous promotional video goes viral, a family values group launches a protest against her dance studio. Their leader isn’t just trying to stop her from teaching—he’s using Mel as a moral scapegoat for his own senate campaign. If he wins the upcoming election, he threatens to change the laws to keep all pole dancing out of their community.
Mel’s no politician, but she's not not going down without a fight. Since running for office beats unemployment, she decides to face off against him. She hires campaign manager Daniel and tosses her hat in the ring. There’s just one problem: voters don’t understand pole. Mel needs to change her image, fast. If she can’t get the people on her side, she won’t have a business to save. She hires a campaign manager to get the community on her side. Daniel is smart, witty, and passionate about changing the world. As he rebrands Mel’s image, he captures her heart. But does he like Mel the dancer or Melody the candidate? Can Mel run for office and still protect her heart?
Poll Dancer is a fun, witty update on My Fair Lady, perfect for fans of Sophie Kinsella.
Keywords: beach reads, romcom series, love and politics, workplace romcom, romantic comedy, workplace romance, forbidden love, patriotism, liberal romantic comedy
About the author
Laura Heffernan firmly believes that pole fitness is the most fun you can have while exercising. She practiced for several years, getting stronger and more confident every day, until injury forced an early retirement. Still, Laura continued teaching beginner classes, and has dedicated her life to letting everyone know how amazing pole really is. She also loves The West Wing, which should explain how this series came to be.
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