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What Stays in Vegas
     

What Stays in Vegas

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by Beth Labonte, Erin Spencer (Read by)
 

Bored administrative assistant, Tessa Golden, is trapped in a life of lousy weather, irritating bosses, and mind-numbing secretarial work. Her dreams of being an artist have rapidly deteriorated into building things out of paperclips while on hold with tech support. To make matters even worse, the love of her life has gone off and married another woman. So when

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Bored administrative assistant, Tessa Golden, is trapped in a life of lousy weather, irritating bosses, and mind-numbing secretarial work. Her dreams of being an artist have rapidly deteriorated into building things out of paperclips while on hold with tech support. To make matters even worse, the love of her life has gone off and married another woman. So when Tessa is suddenly transferred to the Las Vegas branch of her company - playing wingwoman to her freshly divorced boss, juggling a client-from-hell, and catching the eye of one very eligible coworker - will her life finally be shaken up enough to straighten itself out?

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ISBN-13:
9781531875435
Publisher:
Brilliance Audio
Publication date:
09/20/2016
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 6.75(h) x 0.50(d)

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What Stays in Vegas 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A fresh voice in chick lit. I recomend it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just finished this one and as said earlier, this is a quirky fun read! While i knew where the story was headed it was still fun. And was easy to fall for the main characters. I would def read more from this author! And pretty much error free.
semosier More than 1 year ago
This is a fun and easy book. The characters are well developed. I want to read more from this author!
KrittersRamblings More than 1 year ago
If you are looking for a cute and sweet chick lit read, this should be the first one you grab. With just under 200 pages it is a light and quick read that is just cute to the touch. From page one, you fall in love with Miss Tessa Golden as she fights the winter cold of Boston and is suddenly surprised with the opportunity to take a temporary position in her company in Las Vegas. A love triangle, the fun of Las Vegas and a single girl are great ingredients for a wonderful chick lit. With the love triangle, the reader is kept in the dark a little about one of the male contenders, I loved that I wasn't completely in the know just as Tessa wasn't until the end. There was much fun to be had in Las Vegas with a newly single boss and crazy clients - I loved experiencing the Vegas Clubs with her. I would definitely recommend this book to fans of the chick lit genre.
toothfairyAP More than 1 year ago
Funny bunch of characters which are so true to real life! brilliantly written, couldn't put the book down till the end. I wish to read more books written by Beth Labonte in the future.
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taylor_longford More than 1 year ago
Tessa is a struggling artist stuck in a dead end job. To make things worse, she's been in love with one of her coworkers for years but Nick doesn't appear to know she exists. So when Tessa's company offers to transfer her to Las Vegas, she jumps at the chance. When she reaches Las Vegas, she meets an adorable new guy who just might be her soul mate. At that point, Nick shows up after finally deciding Tessa is the girl for him. What Stays in Vegas is a brilliantly funny book. Beth Labonte is probably the most entertaining author I've read since Marie Janice Davidson. I hope this undiscovered new author gets discovered real soon so that she can write lots more books!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
First off, storywise, I would give this 5 stars. I really enjoyed it, and stayed up till 2AM to finish the book! Why did I deduct a star? Grammar!!! Beth, please, get a decent proofreader or two. You can't give something to "Chris and I". Would you give something to "I"? No. It should be "Chris and me". This error occurred many times. A person does not "put something into their pocket" unless said person has multiple personalities and is therefore plural. A person "puts something into his pocket". Yes, I know this singular/plural hybrid has worked its way into our speech. I have been guilty of it myself. But, this is a book, not someone chatting in the lunchroom. That being said, I cannot wait for the next installment, to continue with Tessa's adventures. It was an extremely enjoyable book, and I did laugh out loud several times. Keep writing, Beth! Please!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story started out ok then I stopped reading when the main female character began texting inappropriate messages to a married coworker. That's messed up!!