The buzz of competition is in the air and Jenny T. Partridge is training her budding prima—and not so prima—ballerinas for the big dance championship. She knows these contests can get ugly, but this year it seems someone is really out for blood.
Pliés and arabesques don’t pay the bills, so Jenny’s looking to expand her studio to include a new dance shop. She knows that her moms will spare no expense for pink satin slippers and fluffy tutus, but start-up costs are really adding up. Jenny hopes her girls will win the Ultimate Dancer Championship and pirouette their way to the tune of the $2,500 prize.
Unfortunately, a very hairy situation just might stand in her way. After a big singing gorilla stops by the studio to deliver Jenny a threatening message, he ends up dead in her father’s truck. Dodging bullets, Jenny realizes that maybe even dreamy Detective Tate Wilson can’t save her from this one. She’ll have to do some fancy footwork, and fast.