The Ballerina and the Doctor is the story of Melissa, an aspiring ballet dancer. Her latent genetic attributes only emerge well past her teens, condemning her to failure in her quest to become a prima ballerina. Guided by the eternal love of one woman, she discovers the courage to exhume her demons and unearths the perseverance to overcome difficulties and defy orthodoxy. Renouncing ballet to pursue the philosophy of Karezza, she enters the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics in the Sex Sports Event. Melissa becomes a target of G8 agencies intent on liquidating all advocates of Karezza, because this philosophy of making love awakens critical perception, allowing the masses to discern their needs from wants, and thereby undermining consumerism. With the help of a former U.S. Army captain, the two dodge the G8 attacks, narrowly evading death. Melissa?s lover persuades her to return to ballet, and cradled in her arms, she is steered into perfecting her ballet style to become a principal dancer with a major company. The Ballerina is an enthralling novel especially for women, athletes, psychologists, and journalistic readers, written with a cinematic style.