London To Las Vegas is a romantic novel depicting the life of beautiful dancer Kathleen Wayre, and her rise from poverty in England to American stardom. Born illegitimately in 1918, Kathleen is adopted by a poor East End family in London. Haunted by her impoverished existence, childhood dance lessons offer a future escape route to success. London To Las Vegas charts the intense joy, pain and rejection of a love triangle between Kathleen and American Artistic Agent Tony Tarantini, who share an unconditional, enduring love throughout the decades and the nurturing success of a loving partnership with American stage choreographer Hal Davies. As the narrative unfolds, the book's tempo changes and the focus shifts to the other side of the Atlantic as Kathleen embarks on the road to American stardom and fame ultimately becoming a victim of her own single-minded success and ambition.