In the third part of the Vegas Nights Series, we, at last, become more acquainted with the side of Natalie's girls-only weekend. Obviously, it went through with sans women and rather with Noah Wilde who happens to be the lead artist for the scandalous Wilde and Wicked Rock Band. To add to this stunning, lost for words meeting he is likewise the exquisite, hot man that Natalie is a massive fan of!
What should be only an exceptional Vegas weekend ends up being something more from the two parties, Natalie is reluctant because of Noah's notoriety. To add more to her story she grew up shielded and overprotected by her family and it was no surprise how anxious she was at whatever point she was close with Noah feeling she isn't sufficient for him.
Concerning Noah, he doesn't need her to be a piece of his demigod persona of all the chatter and way of life being with him would involve however would give her the Vegas experience and increasingly that she had initially arranged with her friends.
Since the beginning of this arrangement, it has gotten the readers scared of living a dream that we as a whole might want to understand a night, even a few days of only unconstrained fun and with somebody, we wouldn't dare to hope anymore. In Natalie and Noah's story, it didn't miss the mark. It is a blending of a tad of everything with getting the opportunity to learn one another on an individual and enthusiastic level and was the ideal consummation of the young ladies weekend.