Dance of the Rogue

Book 4 in the Dance series.

Dance of the Rogue by Cris Anson was the first book I’ve read in the Dance series. I loved the fact that Fantine was not the typical skinny heroine but a real woman. So many books stick with atypical women and it’s nice to read about real size women in a hot romance. I also enjoyed the growth that Rolf experienced throughout the book. The fact that this was also a mystery only enhanced the elements of a great spicy novel. Because I have not read the first books in the Dance series I’m now anxious to read about Rolf’s family.

Cris Anson is a gifted writer who develops the characters and the plot in equal measures so that you’re always wanting to read the next page to see what happens. I’m looking forward to discovering “the rest of the story” in the Dance series.


Book Blurb for Dance of the Rogue

Book Length: Plus Novel
 
Love-’em-and-leave-’em bad-boy Rolf has met his match, and she’s nothing like his usual dalliances. Older, plus-sized Fantine is a woman who embraces her curves and revels in her femininity. A weekend of pleasure that begins as a sizzling sexual distraction to both sparks a deeper need that neither was looking for, a connection neither is able to relinquish.
 
Fantine also brings Rolf a gift beyond measure—a link to the dark-eyed, dark-haired father he always suspected was his, not the blond-haired, blue-eyed sire of his brothers. Amid the joy of learning of his new family and a tempestuous relationship burgeoning with steamy sexuality and newfound emotions, a new side to Rolf emerges—the man he never thought he could be, and the lover of Fantine’s deepest fantasies.
 
Note: Dance of the Rogue, the final book in the Dance series, brings characters from earlier books back together for a poignant finale. If you loved the other Dance stories, you won’t want to miss this one!

Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2010 5.00