- File Size: 1975 KB
- Print Length: 221 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1533224641
- Publication Date: January 28, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00734XLDE
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,797 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Dom of Las Vegas (Sin City 1) Kindle Edition
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Ethan is a bloodless, Ken doll protagonist who appears to have no self actualization at all. He flows with the story, at the convenience of the plot, which makes him...nothing. A tool. He is so concerned about his reputation and getting ahead so he can one day join the FBI, but then he goes off into the night with an older man he just met and has relations with him in a open parking lot. Really? At least if Ethan had been drunk we could have blamed the sudden left turn in personality on that, but no. Just a stupid decision from a character with no solid definition.
First work I’ve read by this author and I liked it very much. The writers character development was spot on, especially with her main character, Ethan. You really come to like this guy from the Midwest and grow to feel his passion for what he wants in life, mainly to be an FBI Agent when he grows up. He’s an overall nice human being which is why I think I liked him so much. Not tainted by what it’s like in the real world, he remains true to who he is and how he treats others. Certain choices he makes however end up ruining the future he’s worked so hard for and you really feel it in your heart when things don’t happen for the young man. The reason for the rating is first, the blatant lack of condom usage really got my hackles up. Second, the sporadic writing style of the author. Chapter breaks and the writer finishing up a thought would have helped the storyline better in my opinion. Based on the ending alone I know where the story line is heading for future books in the series and I’ve fallen too much in love with Ethan to watch him morph into something he never should have been, so I won’t be continuing it. If you love gritty, raw, M/M hot sex scenes, this author does a fantastic job painting that picture.
Stop reading here!! SPOILERS Below!
I'm curious to learn what Ethan's new job will be? Will he learn to fit in and enjoy socializing with the upper eschaton of Las Vegas? Mr. Poole, will he admit he's falling in love or continue the ruse of lust? I predict a life partnership with Ethan happens as part of this series. I haven't read any of the upcoming books nor any of the blurbs, but the set-up is too good. Will there be fallout to the business? So many unanswered questions, so I know this series will be worthy of each story if they are written the same caliber as this book.
I enjoyed reading it which is why I gave it 4 stars. But the ending was just too cold. What I mean by that is that there's no romance or promise of romance. Just more about sex, sex, and more sex. If you're looking for a steamy story, this is for you. But I won't be reading any more of this author's work because I enjoy the romantic, emotional connections that love interests share and this was anything but.
While it was steamy, it lacked what would have made me stay. A bit of romance never hurt anyone and I fear it's lacking in this series.
Later that night I dove in. The Dom of Las Vegas is about Ethan, from Indiana, who has big dreams to because a special agent with the FBI. As he trains and studies for the FBI he works for a local P.I. office and ends up in Las Vegas for a conference with his colleagues. There he runs in Max. Max is the owner of Sin City’s most successful security firm. Ethan is instantly attracted to Max but Max is enigmatic and walks away. A bad choice in one-night stands leaves Ethan going back to Indiana with no Max. For Max, Ethan is a distraction that he fights but can’t defeat.
Dom of Las Vegas is a great read. Max and Ethan are complex characters who interactions are both good and bad as Max remains in the closet and fights what he wants and Ethan who knows what he wants and is willing to do whatever it takes to get there. The sex scenes between Max and Ethan are super steamy BDSM that will leave you sweating. The pace of the story moves along well without the over-angst that could have been present. These are well rounded, intelligent characters and a well written plot.
This is part of a series of 10 books and is available on Amazon via KU.