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Breaking Pointe

Breaking Pointe

82.2K Reads 3.4K Votes 21 Part Story
Hannah Rose By compassrose26 Updated Jul 29, 2014

Arabella threw herself into ballet when she lost her mom. Her whole life revolves around dance and she will do anything to be skinny and succeed. She is completely focused until a new guy shows up in town with an amazing accent and a kind heart. She has told herself over and over again that she's not allowed to date, but she can't help getting close to him. When Arabella has a flashback of a memory of her mom, she carves it into a tree outside her room to make sure she never forgets it. The flashbacks of her mom both keep her going and hold her back, ballet gets more intense every day, she eats less and less, and her feelings  for the boy get stronger. How much can one girl take before she reaches her breaking point?

Would you mind checking out my story? I just started it and I would love it if you read the first chapter and gave me your thoughts on it. 💜
THEPeggy_17 THEPeggy_17 May 02
I read this in biology, and we were watching human birth. I read this right as some guy passed out onto the floor from the video
In_the_back_reading In_the_back_reading Mar 29, 2016
Your story is great, but It keeps repeating paragraphs. Why?
CavalloAlto CavalloAlto Jul 25, 2014
Real talk, that is a very protagonist-y name. I feel like main girl characters always start with vowels for some reason... :/ 
                              Anyway, like the story so far!
booknerdandproud17 booknerdandproud17 Jul 20, 2014
I live in Georgia and just came back from Tennessee. they are WAYY more yankee-ish in TN
CesarAnthony CesarAnthony Jun 19, 2014
Me and my sister-in-law were commenting on how in movies people find "love" by bumping into people (Frozen, The Fault in Our Stars, etc...) 
                              I should go around bumping into girls at the store.  LOL
                              In all seriousness, sweet scene here. I like it.