- File Size: 1273 KB
- Print Length: 134 pages
- Publisher: Entangled: Indulgence (July 8, 2013)
- Publication Date: July 8, 2013
- Sold by: Macmillan
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00DFFNEBE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #416,164 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Laura and David are a cute couple, and I could easily understand why David was trying to resist his attraction to his witty and brave new wife. Who would want to put a person so special in danger? Laura, on the other hand, jumped headfirst into her new life, distracting mobsters, meeting the Don, and having private meetings with the Don's son. It was thrilling!
This relationship is definitely forged in the heat of the moment, but the desire is still heartfelt and sweet. This is a definite must-read!
Note: I received a free copy of this book for honest review.
The whole night of the wedding is pretty blurry for Laura, but the next morning she decides to stick around and help David out. She's used to helping and taking care of people and she likes feeling worthwhile.
I loved watching Laura come out of her shell. It feels like it was always there inside of her but David was able to give her the courage to actually be someone instead of just watching life pass her by.
David was a nice hero. He was protective and treated Laura really well. He didn't seem all that great at his job; we never see him getting much done, but there sure is a lot of running around and lots of zig-zagging to try and keep the bad guys off their trail.
Laura was pretty quick on her feet and came up with some nice distraction techniques. I enjoyed some of her musings like: "Not that standing in the middle of the floor naked was going to help matters, but hiding under the covers didn't seem the appropriate response to a crisis."
And as some of the guys start their macho, alpha dog routine, "Where was a water hose when she needed one?"
I found the phrase "we need to talk" a bit overused. Nothing like making everything into freakout proportions.Read more ›
I was completely won over by Cindi Myers' The Wedding Gamble. There are multiple tales of last second Vegas nuptials to complete strangers, but I have never read one quite like this. It was a story I HAD to read in one sitting to find out what happened.
Laura Nichols is "having the time of her life!" in Vegas for her little sister's bachelorette party. No wait, that's not right. She isn't even close to having the kind of Vegas fun that Vegas always promises. That is, until she stumbles upon David Abruzzo who asks her for a favor. It isn't until the morning after that she realizes that favor was marriage. David Abruzzo is undercover....well, at least he was, but then two heavy hitters for the Zacolli crime family find David's sudden appearance in Vegas to be highly suspicious. Of course, David was there to get married...without a bride. Laura and David find themselves in a life or death situation in which them playing their parts of happy-in-love newlyweds is absolutely crucial. But when does it turn from acting into the real thing?
Laura was a character that I simply loved and connected with. She was the good girl, who always did the right thing, completely selfless and willing to help any and everyone she came in contact with. But Laura needed a little wild in her life and that is exactly what she got with David.
David had me hook-line-and-sinker right from the beginning. It really isn't fair to other men who may be compared to him. He is the good guy, on the right side of the law, but has a certain badass-ness about him that makes him devilishly charming.
Cindi's writing is one-of-a-kind that had me riveted the entire time. I loved the humor, the danger, the romance, and the heat that steams off the pages.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book was not good and why would you have 9 chapters of nothing and then a sex that was not even hot.Published 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
This was a mapcap adventure and romance in Los Vegas with two lonely people-an FBi agent and a school teacher. Well worth the read.Published 20 months ago by Ruby Reads
Good blend of action and romance that will make you swoon. Light and funny, too! I was laughing a lot! No boring moments.Published 24 months ago by jessicaj
A very fun, quick witted book that made me sad when it was over. I wanted more even though it was soooo good.Published on May 16, 2014 by Donald B. Lee
At the beginning she is so lucky no dodgy fallers were able to take advantage, but I have not herd f someone using a stranger from the streets to use as a cover for a case.Published on February 19, 2014 by Amazon Customer
Well written, could not put it down..perfect book to bring on vacation beachside, lakeside or pool. You won't be disappointedPublished on September 7, 2013 by Michaelene Koskela
Quiet and shy Laura has always been the sensible, quiet and serious sister often rolled over and taken advantage of by her younger, thinner and far more demanding little sister. Read morePublished on July 18, 2013 by Gaele
Mix together a preschool teacher, an FBI agent, the mob, Vegas, and an impromptu wedding and what to do you get? A fun read!! Read morePublished on July 17, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Check your brain at the door and have fun with this "what happens in Vegas" story. Preschool teacher and all around good girl Laura Nichols is in Las Vegas with her younger,... Read morePublished on July 15, 2013 by D. Antonio