What's a girl to do when a drop-dead-gorgeous-tempting-as-sin-filthy-rich guy knocks on your door and throws at you things that up until now you've only barely imagined could happen to you? Yup, that's Jason Royce for you.
Jay is not ready to let go of Stephanie. Nuh-uh, not until he tastes some more of her. The one night in Miami wasn't enough. He's a very persuasive (persistent, is more like it) man, and talks her into joining him for a few days in Sin City. Yes, that's right...Las Vegas.
Stephanie is not playing hard to get. She's just afraid to get hurt again. She knows Jay is a dangerous guy, the last thing she wants is to be the flavor of the week or month even. The thing is, how can anyone resist a guy like him? She knows accepting his proposal is sure to melt the walls she's worked so hard to put around her heart. Yet, she can't deny him.
Jay knows he's playing with fire. He knows all about Stephanie's little white lie, but he wants her to come clean before he lays his cards on the table. Stephanie is about to tell him everything, when she discovers not everything is as it seems.
What more can I say?
Marooned in Miami was sweet, sexy, and sizzling with excitement. Lusted in Las Vegas is all those three, plus an extra dose of h.o.t make up s.e.x.., throw in some action, excellent dialogue, and mystery solving.
Lusted in Las Vegas knocked me off my feet, and left me wanting more. Jay and Stef are incredibly lovable characters. I wasn't, I am not ready to let them go.
P.S. My favorite line is: "I'm not wearing any panties."Blurb:
Lusted in Las Vegas picks up where Marooned in Miami left off while Stephanie and Jason’s sexy tryst continues in Sin City! Their chemistry is undeniable and their lust just may take a turn toward love when they return to each other’s arms. However, all is not perfect in paradise when Jason’s ex comes to town and wants what she believes is rightfully hers.
Jason’s not the only one with something to hide. Stephanie carries a secret of her own. Can she spend a carefree weekend with Jason without risking a broken heart? Or do her feelings for Jason run too deep to simply walk away