Book Review: The Last Dance by Wyatt McIntyre

Posted: February 25, 2015 in Book Reviews, Fiction, Reviews, Romance

The Last Dance CoverI don’t normally read romance, but Wyatt McIntyre pleasantly surprised me with his novel The Last Dance. His unique style of starting at the end and telling this love story in a way that does not follow a linear path at first left me disconnected. However, it didn’t take long to get adjusted to his style. McIntyre does a wonderful job of weaving the story together while going back and forth between different times of James’ and Alejandra’s lives. The writing is poetic and I found myself really caring about these characters and learning what brought them together (and what nearly tore them apart). Good read.

Wyatt McIntyre visited my cozy little corner in cyberspace for a special Valentine’s Day edition of Chumming with Sharky™ on February 14, 2015. To learn more about Wyatt and The Last Dance CLICK HERE. Wyatt is quite the romantic, so if you enjoy the genre it’s a no-brainer to grab a copy of his book.

About the Author

Wyatt McIntyre

Born in Valleyview, a small Northern Alberta town, the middle of three boys, and now living in Illinois, Wyatt has sometimes been referred to a cowboy poet, rarely seen without a hat, staying true to his roots, he was taught, from the youngest of ages the virtue of hard work, diligence and faith through life’s toughest of adversities. As an an author he has an overriding passion: to tell a story worth telling, and write in a way off the page with meaning and significance to the reader, using his experience to help them look at things in a different way. Over the past decade Wyatt has been honing his writing, striving with each short story, with each new project to meet that challenge head on.

For more about Wyatt McIntyre visit his official website at

  1. danniehill says:

    Wyatt is a great writer!