Viva Las Vegas, Book 3
Want to know more?
Fine, fine. I’ll gladly give you a little more.
This is a story of reunion, of two people who have spent the last eight years knowing that they lost the love of their lives and feeling powerless to stop it. Ruby married her manager who became abusive and Anthony just became a playboy, trying to forget Ruby in the arms of woman after woman.
Neither were happy. Finally, Ruby found the strength and courage to leave her abuser, but he’s a powerful man in Las Vegas. No one wants to trifle with him by hiring the woman he refuses to let go of. When Anthony finds Ruby, drowning her misery in a cup of coffee, he goes all in. Oh, he knows she’d never make a suitable wife–she still wants fame, not keeping house and raising babies. And, the thing is, with his sister and brother in love and happy, Anthony wants to find a wife.
But, he just can’t seem to walk away from the only woman he’s ever loved. He entangles himself in her life in every way he can dream up and the explosions that lost love brings could destroy both their lives.
If you’d like to read an excerpt, find chapter one, or see early reviews, click the cover above.
And now you want buy links?
I get it. Maybe you’re ready to buy, right now, on the spot. Here they are:
But maybe you still need a little convincing. Okay, the first thing to remember is that book 1, My Fake Vegas Boyfriend, is on sale for 99 cents. I don’t know about you, but I can’t start a trilogy out of order (although all three books can be read as a standalone). Click here to find out about that book, see reviews, read an excerpt, the first chapter, and–most importantly–find the buy links.
And just for readers of this blog post, I’m holding a contest. I’ll give three people their choice of one e-book of the three books in the trilogy.
Still not convinced? Well, I’m a terrible salesman, so I give. Uncle, dude. Uncle. I wish you happy reading on a book that sweeps you off your feet–even if it isn’t one of mine. That’s what I, as a writer, really want for my readers. And, hey, if you find a book like that, tell me about it. If it’s mine, definitely tell me about it. And, maybe, if you’re feeling good about it, leave an honest review somewhere.
I’m out. (I’m actually at the day job, so… like, don’t tell my boss.) Have a fantastic day and go read something awesome!