Thursday, September 29, 2011
Blog Tour: What Happens in Vegas by Natasha Deen
Wild Rose Press
When Binda Morningstar’s boss, Nigel, disappears she goes directly to his brother’s house for help. She’s sure Nigel has met with foul play, but she’s taken aback at the sight of Nigel’s brother, Corin. Talk about a hot, sexy guy! Binda practically falls at his feet as she’s overcome by attraction for this man. Unfortunately, Corin wants nothing to do with Binda or his brother’s antics.
She tries to convince him that Nigel is mixed up with stolen jewels and mobsters, but Corin isn’t buying it. He’s sure his estranged brother is just faking the whole thing for attention. Then, Corin learns that Nigel’s wife, who happens to be Corin’s ex-wife, is also worried about his disappearance. He starts taking things a bit more seriously.
Much to Binda’s dismay, all three go in search of Nigel. She was hoping for some quality time with Corin alone, especially after stealing a kiss from the man. The last thing she wants is another woman hanging around, a woman who seems overly interested in her ex.
This is a quick, fast-paced read complete with a crazy cast of characters. You even get a little trip to Las Vegas as the threesome look for the missing Nigel. What Happins in Vegas has it all – mystery, romance, laugh out loud antics and a few twists thrown into the mix. This is a great way to spend a few hours after a busy day a work. It’s guaranteed to bring a smile to every reader’s face. I just wish it had been longer.
FTC Disclosure: Partners in Crime Blog Tours provided me with a copy of this book to review for the blog tour. This did not influence my thoughts and opinions in any way. All opinions expressed are my own.
When I was little, there was only one thing I wanted to be: a superhero. But there came a day when my dreams were broken, and that was the day I realized that being a klutz was not, in fact, a super power, and my super weakness for anything bright and shiny meant a magpie with self-control could easily defeat me in a battle of wills. I turned to writing as a way to sharpen my mental super-hero skills. I don’t get to orbit the earth in a space station (and thank God, because I get sick on merry go round), but I do get to say things like: “Stand aside! This is a job for Writing Girl!!”
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