The Last Dance By: Kierney Scott
"American-born prima ballerina Georgina Fairley made a mistake that could destroy her. Now, saving her career means selling her soul to the Russian government. A spy who uses her body to lure men and secure their secrets, Georgina is tasked with seducing Roman Zakharov, the most dangerous oligarch in Russia.
Roman Zakharov a man with a past as ugly as his disfigured face. An assassination attempt left him horribly burned, but the scars go deeper than the frightening exterior. Jaded and cruel, he lets pots Georgina into his world but only to punish her and teach the pretty dancer that no one crosses Roman Zakharov. He will show her what it means to be used. And he will teach her to beg.
And in the end, they may teach each other to love..."
This was definitely one of those romantic suspenseful reads that you will not want to put down until the very end. In the end the reader gets a well written story that will put a smile on your face and saying well done to the author. The two main characters Georgina and Roman were some very interesting characters in this hot and steamy erotic tale. How Georgina gets mixed up with Roman was truly one story all by itself. Who knew that there would be such a attraction between these two people. Even after everything seems to come to out just who Georgina was and all of her involvement with Pavel and being a spy, would Roman like this heroine even though there was much doubt in his mind that he had about Georgina? Will Georgina be able to carry through her assignment in seducing Roman? As the story continues on from the read one will soon find out that things don't go according to the plans that had been set out. Why was that? I will say this will be interesting in how this author presents to the reader quite a intriguing good read. Will Roman turn out to be a good guy in the end? By the end of this story you have a good story of apprehension, a dark pass, deception, desire, and less not forget to mention the erotic romance. Well, I will stop here and just say you will have to pick up this good read to find out how this story will turn out. Since it seems like Georgina is doing all she can do in order to survive will she be able to do so without Roman? I will definitely say that Roman was quite some hero of a character!