Alex just acquired Sin City’s hottest casino hotel, and he’s determined to make Vice the ultimate pleasure palace—along with the mind-blowing new club, Covet.
But behind the successful entrepreneur façade, Alex struggles with a past that continues to haunt him, day in and day out.
After a surprise hookup with a beautiful stranger, he thinks he’s found the perfect distraction…until she walks out, leaving him with an unfamiliar ache which the pulse-pounding nights of excess at Covet can’t soothe.
When their paths cross once again, Alex realizes Dana is so much more than a mere distraction. He wants her—all of her.
But having her means he needs to face both her demons…and his own.
“Warning: This book contains discussion of infertility, which may be difficult for some readers.”
*received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review
Physical or Ebook?
Have you ever read a book by this author before?
I read Vice
If it’s a series, would you continue reading it?
I’m very much looking forward to reading the rest of them.
Who would you recommend this for?
Anyone who likes well written steamy contemporary romances.
After reading the first book of this series, I was extremely interested in reading more. The characters are very much different than the first book, which is fantastic because I sometimes find these standalone series romances tend to be copy and paste and it really gets on my nerves.
The book starts off kind of intensely and really jumps straight into the storyline. I felt horrible for Dana and felt sympathy for her immediately (And an undeniable urge to strangle Tommy). It was kind of great that Rosanna was able to immediately make me sympathize with the main character of the story.
Alex was fantastic. He wasn’t as intense as the love interest in her previous novel, which was perfect. If he was as intense, it would of been too much.
But I loved this. Everything wrapped up in a perfect little bow and everything was resolved. This was a quick, steamy and heartwarming read.
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Until next time,