Angelin Sydney

The Violinist and the Ballerina

An evocative love story does not have to be written in a hundred thousand words.
Once again, Angelin Sydney succeeds in writing an emotive story that leaves the readers to fill in the blanks. As a result, they are compelled to feel and to ponder their own reaction to the narrative.

The instant their eyes met Cathy's well-constructed world almost fell apart. Oh, no. She recognised him instantly, though she doubted he did. How long had it been? Eight years? Involuntarily, her blue eyes moistened. How is it that after so many years I still feel the pain? He was oblivious to her inner turmoil. Instead, he was attracted to her misty blue eyes. They glistened as they caught the reflection of neon lights making them appear like sapphires on fire. Miss Cathy, he later realised, was the same Cathy Goodes he had taunted, tormented, and relentlessly bullied for two years until she moved to a different school. Those years of being high and mighty, and cruel, had haunted him for years. Now the reality of it had come back to ratchet up the guilt one more notch.

Given the circumstances of their past, is there a chance for love to blossom? Is forgiveness possible?

To find out, get your copy now of 'The Violinist and the Ballerina.'
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