Book editor Hannah Levinson couldn’t be happier. This “Nice Jewish Girl” is ready to marry the man she’s longed after for half her life. When her fiancé suggests they audition for Last Fling, a steamy new reality show for engaged couples, she lets herself be swayed. Maybe she’ll learn a thing or two.
Vlad Shustov’s fall from a once-bright career as a competitive figure skater was swift. Now trapped by a shameful past and an uncertain future, “Vlad the Bad” strips for cash. Joining the cast of Last Fling could earn him a fortune—or at least enough to finally leave stripping. But to win the show’s prize, he must seduce an engaged woman, something he can't even bear the thought of.

Hannah's not like any woman Vlad's met before. Betrayed by the man she thought she loved and relegated to the ugly-duckling role she’d worked so hard to shed, can she trust there’s more to Vlad than meets the eye? With sleazy TV tactics shattering the last shreds of the contestants' confidence, they'll have to believe true happiness is not only may be looking right at them.

Hannah is all set to marry Jack, she is happy with her life and thinks Jack is too. However Jack wants to take part in a reality TV show. This TV show is called The Last Fling, everyone on it wants something. Fame, money, Vlad the bad, Jack. Hannah takes part in the show to help her friend Eric, even though she doesn't want to. She thinks her bad Jack are rock solid, but can he resist temptation?
Poor Hannah they make her look like a doormat , I felt really sorry for her in the book. Jack was a horrid guy right from the start and I can't believe Hannah really loved him. I don't watch reality TV as it winds me up how they edit bits out to make people look a certain way.
There was a lot of characters in this book which made it hard to keep up. I liked Vlad and Alison was ok, but the others meh. The idea of the book was great but Hannah's lack of back bone became frustrating. The book is well written, if you enjoy reality TV this one maybe for you.

I love stories that give a fresh take on classic themes, and feature characters and locations not often seen in romance. Give me a lovable, if less-than-perfect heroine, a gorgeous hero with a heart of gold, take them a little off the beaten path and I'm a happy girl.
I read a variety of genres-- romance to horror and just about everything in between. I am a member of Romance Writers of America. I have worked as a freelance journalist for a number of local publications and am a contributing writer to Romance Writers Report.
When I'm not writing, I love to ice skate, bike ride, hang out at the beach or on my front porch. I love vintage homes, adventurous cooking, spending time with my family and travelling.

ast shreds of the contestants' confidence, they'll have to believe true happiness is not only may be looking right at them.


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