Review: The Dancer by Vivian Wood

Review: The Dancer by Vivian Wood

Synopsis:
Ballet takes everything from you.

I’m no longer a professional ballerina.
No longer a kept woman.
No longer a virgin.
The fact that I still ache for a man who shattered me so easily… there is no getting over that.

I should’ve listened to Calum when he said that he was broken.
Some things, once shattered, cannot be made whole again.
Still, all it takes is a look from him and I start to melt.
When he offers me an even sweeter deal, will I be able to say no?

The Dancer is a contemporary billionaire romance from Wall Street Journal Bestseller Vivian Wood. It’s full length and the second of three books in the gritty, raw, passionate Broken Slipper Trilogy.

My Review:
Title: The Dancer
Author: Vivian Wood
Format: Ebook
Genre: Romance, sports (ballet), forbidden, second-chance, suspense, billionaire, suspense, dark
Standalone: No
Part of a Series: Book 2 in the Broken Slipper trlogy
POV: Kaia and Calum
Steam Level: HOT
5/5

The Dance starts a month after The Patron ends. It’s just as intense, if not more so. Intense, erotic, suspenseful, and action-packed, threats come from multiple and, sometimes, unexpected sides. The cliffhanger is INSANE. Vivian Wood knows how to weave a story that keeps you on the edge of your seat, gripping the edge, precariously balanced.

I received an advanced copy of this book for free from the author. This is my honest and voluntary review.

Favorite Quotes:

  • I’m not some toy that you can take down from the shelf whenever you feel like playing, Calum. I know you are richer than Croesus, but I’m not a street walker. I have some dignity, if you’ll let me.
  • “Fuck, beauty. I’ve never wanted anyone like  I want you.”
  • His gaze is direct and scorching. He is a ravenous fire, threatening to burn me alive. Amd I am the kindling, stacked and ready, welcoming his spark to my dry timber. We are so very close to combusting.
  • “You are perfect for me, beauty. Your body just knows what I want.”
  • Being so smugly fit together feels so fucking right.
  • “I swear,  if you don’t fuck me right this second, I’m going to die.”
  • I wonder if other daughters tell their moms as little information about their personal lives as i do.
  • I want someone to feel proud to call me theirs. I want to feel owned in that particular way.
  • I see parallels between it’s relationship with that stone cliff face and my relationship with Calum. It’s hard going, but progress is being made.

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