One Last Dance

One Last Dance

by Angela Stephens

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BN ID: 2940148769613
Publisher: Angela Stephens
Publication date: 09/29/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

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One Last Dance 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One Last Dance is a typical romance novel, although well written and well thought out.  Sophie is a dancer who can't dance anymore.  Enter Henry, your romance novel typical rich man.   Although I enjoyed the book, it felt like something I had read before.  The storyline has been done many times over.   This book is definitely for adults only as it is very steamy and explicit.  ***I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
jojoNE More than 1 year ago
One Last Dance was like a comfort read for me with its likable characters and heartwarmingly hot romance. Some of the action was predictable but with the author's fresh voice the storyline felt special to me. Sophie dedicated her life to dance until an injury forced her to change the dreams she had for her future. Not letting this event break her she's moved on to teach dance which allows her to still be surrounded by what she loves. I admired her independence and fortitude in accepting what she couldn't change but ached for those lost dreams that still haunt her occasionally. Sophie's the kind of heroine you admire and root for and who deserved a HEA. Henry wasn't living the kind of life he wanted either. From a family of money, obligations have him tied to his job which is causing life to pass him by. Henry is sexy and charming, and I was drawn to him, but there's a sense of sadness surrounding him that changes the moment he spies Sophie dancing. From then on the sensual nature of their mutual dance frees them both and sets them on the road to a HEA. Considering their different social classes the requisite condemnation of their relationship by others is evident but not an insurmountable roadblock for two such tightly connected people. Ms. Stephens allowed the sensuality of dance to permeate their burgeoning relationship which amped up the sexual tension between them and had me fully immersed in their relationship. This may be a quick read but it doesn't skimp on the emotions and I look forward to reading more from this author in the future.