Dancing for Dollars is a raucous, intoxicating novel about four prodigious women who originate from different backgrounds and lifestyles. As fate would have it, they meet at an upscale gentleman’s club in South Florida and develop a strong friendship, peregrinating through the journey called life.
Dancing for Dollars takes you into the exciting and dangerous world of exotic dancers, modeling, Hollywood, and hermaphrodites. This book is a combination of a modern day Valley Of The Dolls, Fifty Shades of Grey and Magical Mike.
Florida Author Dubbed The New Jacqueline Susann
BOCA RATON, Fla., Nov. 14, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Victoria M Howard, author of the best seller WHY WOMEN LOVE BAD BOYS has just published her 16th book titled DANCING FOR DOLLARS. It is the compelling story of four ecdysiasts that dance for dollars in a gentleman's club in the dazzling backdrop of the South Beach nightclub scene.
Although the book is fiction, Ms. Howard interviewed dozens of ecdysiasts, bouncers, barmaids and patrons who visited the billion-dollar business of strip clubs---- relaying the hair-raising question of what goes on 'behind the curtains.'
You'll meet 'the John's', the Junkies, the mega-rich and powerful through the eyes of the four main characters: Francesca Falconi, Mika Wu, Abella Erikkson and Abigail Jones-- each a composite of the real life dancers Ms. Howard came in contact with.
After a brief career of 'Dancing for Dollars' the girls go separate ways, each becoming rich and famous. Francesca is Hollywood's new Marilyn Monroe; Abella launches a glittering New York modeling agency with her lover—the nations #1 model. Mika moves to Washington D.C. and becomes Madam and Dominatrix to the political elite, and Abigail, a hermaphrodite evades a life-threatening secret.
"DANCING FOR DOLLARS" is a combination of Valley of the Dolls, Magic Mike, and Fifty Shades of Grey," says Howard. It has everything of a contemporary bestseller --- including sex, drugs, rock-n-roll, espionage and murder.
Emmy Award Winning Producer Allan Jay Friedman calls it "one of Howards' best" and actor Michael Callan cited, "If I were still acting, I would ask for a role in the movie."
The book is available at Author House, Amazon and Barnes & Noble.