- 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: #565,233 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Wedding Gamble (Entangled Indulgence) Kindle Edition
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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. Our lives are in danger and we just can't discuss relationship stuff right now, but "we need to talk".
Overall, a nice book with a fun storyline, but not hugely emotional. It's a good beach read or for an afternoon distraction. Nothing too heavy, but also nothing too gripping.
Laura Nichols is having a pretty crappy start to her birthday. Yes, she is the sweetest person in the world to let her sister enjoy her bachelorette party, but still her sister forgot Laura's birthday. Don't get me started on the self-center sister. Anyways, she needs to run an errand for her sister and meets David Abruzzo.
David is an undercover FBI agent and needs to find a wife in a hurry otherwise the jig is up. Well, he stumble upon Laura. With a quickie wedding their adventure beginnings.
All right, the story is highly unlikely to happen in Vegas or anywhere. Hey, it was a lot of fun to read. First, it takes place in Vegas the land where anything can happen. Second, you have a quickie wedding. I love quickie weddings, especially when both parties don't really know each other. Third, we have the mob chasing after these crazy love birds. All this spells an entertaining good time. So, if you are looking for a fun-filled Vegas adventure without the heat, you might want to read The Wedding Gamble.
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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...Read more