The sex is crazy good. Is it crazier to want something more?
Vegas Nights, Book 2
Andrea and her two best friends have shed their nurses scrubs for a long-awaited weekend in Las Vegas, and nothing—flight delays, lost luggage, or the slightly weird guy with the sketchy invite to an exclusive bash—is going to stop their fun.
Within minutes of arriving at the opulent party, she’s deep in conversation with gorgeous, funny Luke Nelson, wide receiver for the Seattle Seahawks. For some crazy reason, he can’t seem to keep his eyes—or hands—off her.
Luke isn’t looking for a hookup, he just wants to relax…until he gets one look at the classy brunette in the barely-there dress. One minute they’re talking, the next they’re all over each other in a dark corner. It’s like he’s an addict and she’s the fix he’s been searching for all his life.
One night of hot sex isn’t nearly enough. But after a weekend spent never more than a few inches apart, the time is quickly approaching when they’ll have to make a long-distance relationship work—or break it off.
Andrea ends up getting up to the look of Luke Nelson, the popular football player and she does not know who he is. Luke is in a flash pulled in to Andrea and in spite of the fact that a straightforward hook up isn't exactly what he's searching for, not surrendering to his wants and what she influences him to feel isn't a choice.
As Andrea and Luke sneak away to get to know each other as could be expected under the circumstances, and that association proceeds long after Vegas with stolen ends of the week, however, the separation and Luke's fame is a considerable measure for Andrea to take in. Her life as an ER nurse is a long way from breathtaking and her uncertainties may very well baffle her.
Readers cherished that this story, in spite of the fact that had a similar organization didn't simply take after indistinguishable lines from the earlier book. Beyond any doubt, we get some provocative sheet time, We felt like the association they framed throughout the end of the week influenced it to appear to be coherent that Luke would need to proceed long past Vegas.
Another engaging short read that is the ideal amounts of sentiment to encourage reader's need.