I plugged the word "dance" into a search of ebooks available for checkout from NYPL, and this was the first result. Charlaine Harris's story, about a survivor of a brutal sexual assault trying to distance herself from her past is readable (as in fuckable). It's set in the same universe, or at least with the same rules about vampires as the Sookie Stackhouse novels. The protagonist is similar to Sookie, personality-wise, but doesn't have her mind-reading ability. Her vampire dance partner is a still-waters-run-deep Irishman.
Shayne's story, about a journalist out to debunk every psychic in her town, the dude she most wants to debunk (and bunk--har har), and her haunted house, is a little repetitive in its unfolding, but still a good read for a paranormal romance. Sadly, I couldn't get into the Hambly story at all, even though it is also about dancers, who you know I love to read about.
Special thanks got to Doris Ann Norris, reference librarian to the stars, who can look up the inner dimensions of a sarcophagus faster than I can whistle "Dixie." (Charlaine Harris)