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The Last Dance Would You Risk Everything For Love Stella Myles Is Suddenly Impoverished Through A Family Crisis And Becomes Forced To Make Ends Meet By Selling Herself As A Dance Partner In A Piccadilly Ballroom Here She Meets The Enigmatic Montgomery, Who Orchestrates A Job For Her As Governess For The Wealthy Ainsworth Family In Sussex But Nothing Is As Straightforward As It First Seems.In Entering The Mansion Of Harp S End, Stella Encounters A Family With Secrets Than Most She Struggles To Fit In Above Or Below Stairs Although Nothing Proves So Challenging As Restraining The Illicit Love That Ignites Between Herself And The Mysterious Douglas Ainsworth.When Douglas Announces That They Are All To Voyage Aboard A Cruise Ship Bound For Morocco, Tensions Reach New Heights And Finally Bubble Over Stella Finds Herself Caught Up In A Family At War And In A World On The Edge Of Another She Is Now The Keeper Of An Incendiary Document Smuggled Out Of Berlin, One Which Must Reach London At All Costs.From The Rolling Green Hills Of The Kentish Weald To The Colourful Alleys And Bazaars Of Morocco, This Is A Thrilling Story Of Intrigue And Danger And A Passion To Risk Dying For.


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10 thoughts on “The Last Dance

  1. says:

    The Last Dance, a new novel by Fiona McIntosh is absolutely brilliant Filled with compassion, some empathy, imagination, suspense and always an element of surprise which I always think is a very important aspect in a very good book Set in the 1930 s with dancing and romancing, beautiful clothes of the 1930 s with just a hint of French perfume and the language, to an e...


  2. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I didn t realize this was a romance I thought it wasof a woman spy novel While it certainly was an easy entertaining read, it wasn t believable to me Stella the main character was against love and then one conversation later with a stranger and...


  3. says:

    Oh Fiona Mcintosh you ve done it again A female character I just adore, a male lead who is intriguing and interesting, a story that pulls be along, and characters I love and hate along the way I think I picked up where this book was going to end up at a certain point but bloody hell woman, will you stop making me cry You make me swoon, laugh, and bawl with some of these stories The romantic in me gets a hell of a worko


  4. says:

    I must just say that the main character Stella was one of the most irritating people I have come across in a long time The way she spoke to the people who employed her was so rude.Really disappointed as I usually love Fiona Mcintosh s books


  5. says:

    Spoiler alertSorry but this book is a terrible disappointment, with a very poorly thought out plot, and simply too many holes in it, which I could at first ignore, until it became untenable The story began with so much promise, although I did think their romance was rather rushed into and gripped me until about half way through, when it spiralled down into disappointment, with a ridiculous plot and completely unbelievable actions from


  6. says:

    This latest release from the golden pen of Australian Fiction is about a young lady Stella Myles , who is down on her luck inways than one The book opens with a funeral, and by the end of chapter two we know her story, her family and her background You may just find yourself completely in love with the brave young woman The events transcribed in this chapter may well shock you, and there is no doubt the rising young starlet has had a bad life


  7. says:

    I m a big fan of WWI and WWII novels so I love reading Fiona McIntosh s books since they re all set around this time period While The Last Dance was enjoyable, I don t think it was as good as Fiona s previous novels The first three quarters of the story is about Stella, a young woman who is left in charge of her brother and sister after the death of their parents To earn money Stella becomes a tutor for the wealthy Ainsley family after a chance encou


  8. says:

    Fiona McIntosh rarely disappoints me with her tales and this was another goodie.It s the story of a improbable romance across the class divide, that must rise above so many hurdles to be fulfilled Stella and Rafe, a love story with many twists and secrets The setting is mainly England, the time is just before WW2, as Hitler is knocking on many doors.Many characters are painted in a not so favorable light, the time frame is surprisingly short but a lot of dam


  9. says:

    Truly terrible A book set in England in the 1930s about orphaned Stella, who goes to work as a governess in a rich country household Populated by stereotypical, monochromic characters such as the adorable, little girl, the bratty teenage daughter and the superficial, class conscious wife, and full of unrealistic, awful dialogue The story follows the predictable affair between Stella and her employer, a romance that blossomed in all of about five minutes Then out of


  10. says:

    I was a bit disappointed in this book I expected , especially when I put it on hold at the library and I was 97th in the queue But unfortunately it was lacking depth for me It seemed so rushed first they meet, then she s living in his house, then they re in love,...


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