He was supposed to be the rebound…
After a pathetic reenactment of The Runaway Bride, the last thing Nelena Price needed was a man to swoop in and steal her heart. Good liquor, laughter, and great no-strings sex were the only options she wanted on her menu.
Kade Wright had every intention of savoring Nelena, never anticipating he would fall addicted to her taste.
But can the events of fourteen days in Vegas really be left in Vegas?
**ARC given in exchange for honest review**
Nelena Price thought she had Mr. Right, but she had the gut feeling that something was wrong. So, what did she do? She left him at the altar. She needs someone to occupy her time with fun and great sex with no-strings attached, not someone to steal away her heart.
Kade Wright, he was supposed to be the rebound guy. He had the intent to get his fill and allow Nelena to go on about her trip. But what happens in these fourteen days, can they be left in Vegas? Kade is the dominant, masculine, heartthrob that steals your heart away from first glance.
I really liked this book. If a woman could proudly be a runaway bride, this is the way to go. She was too good for the groom. But she had no idea what she would stumble upon in Vegas. “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.” Or does it? I only gave this book 4 stars, because I was left with a cliffy. It had some hot and steamy sex scenes, a hot guy, and a great story. I am dying to know what is to come of this couple. I hope Alannah will not wait too long to give the next part of the Wild Card Series. I also hope to hear more about Allie & Kali, the besties of both Kade & Nelena.
I live in Alberta, Canada, where the weather is forever changing (without warning). I am engaged to be married in August 2015 to my high school sweetheart and love of my life. There are no children in my life as of right now, but we do have a handful of rambunctious cats (four) and a testy, rescued Shepard/Husky, who take up a lot of my time.
Ever since I can remember, I’ve adored the written word. English was always my favorite class and that may be biased because I can’t count to save my life, so math was a horror! I remember the very first novel I ever read, Shocking Pink by Erica Spindler. It was the most interesting of the covers on my mom’s bookshelf (probably because it was pink) and I was way too young to be reading that novel. But I fell in love. From there, I read almost everything from V.C. Andrews.
My writing started out as poetry, which then evolved to songs, and later into novels. I was never one for the short stories as I found it too difficult to pack everything I imagined into something so small. I now have multiple novels published independently. I write both novels for young adults and novels for adults – all romance.
Despite my favorite younger reading material, I now adore writing and reading all things romance.
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