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It Stays In Vegas 1. Las Vegas Trilogy

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NOVEL. Drew is an ambitious, young manager at a Las Vegas casino resort who becomes smitten with an arriving guest. Danger lurks as their friendship grows. Book 1 of the Vegas trilogy.

Copyright © 2011 Jack Scribe; All Rights Reserved.

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BlindAmbition

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   4 of 4 members found this review helpful 4 / 4 members

Drew is rising in the ranks at a celebrated Vegas casino. His life quickly changes  when meeting Bob, the friend of a high rollers son. Sparks quickly fly between these two.

As a Vegas resident, I’m pleasantly surprised with the story. No doubt the author knew Vegas. Mixed with fictional and factual buildings. A well written and enjoyable story.

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Carlos Hazday

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Far from perfect, It Stays in Vegas is still a great story worth investing a little time to read. I have done so three times in the past few years and have thoroughly enjoyed each one.

 

Set in the fast-paced world of a luxury mega-hotel casino in Las Vegas, the author takes us into the sometimes-sordid world of the hospitality and gambling industries. Drew works at Nero’s Forum and meets Al, Trish, and Bob when they stay at the resort for a weekend. What follows is a tale of romance, intrigue, and behind-the-scenes shenanigans that will keep you turning pages. Throw in some hot sex and you will be reading way past your bedtime.

 

The first in a trilogy, the story has some deficiencies easy to overlook when caught up in the fast-moving action. Dialogue is at times stilted and some of the sex scenes are a bit cheesy. In the decade since written, styles have evolved and what was acceptable back then has an amateurish ring these days.

 

Do not allow these minor flaws keep you away. Engaging characters and an intricate plot compensate for any technical deficiencies. I guarantee you will enjoy this novel.

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