THE DANCER (Broken Slipper Trilogy #2) by Vivian Wood

Release Date: May 13th  

A billionaire. A ballerina. A forbidden passion that spills off the pages...   



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Ballet takes everything from you.  
Im 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.


Rating ⭐⭐⭐.5

This book just didn't captivate me as much as The Patron. This one picks up a month after the heartbreaking events at the end of the first book and I was really excited to see if things would turn around for Callum and Kaia. Things between them ended dramatically in the first book and I was expecting Callum to do a lot of groveling to get Kaia back, which didn't happen and as much as I liked both protagonists in the first installment, I couldn't really connect with them in this one. Their relationship seemed overly exaggerated, and the way she behaved most of the time threw me off a bit. The crazy lust between them was believable. I just couldn't cope with Callum's attitude and Kaia acting like a love-struck puppy all the time. Some secrets came to light but there are still many questions left unanswered and the cliffhanger at the end left me wanting to know more. So I'll be patiently waiting for the next book in the series.

About the Author: 
Vivian likes to write about troubled, deeply flawed alpha males and the fiery, kick-ass women who bring them to their knees. Vivian's lasting motto in romance is a quote from a favorite song: "Soulmates never die."   

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