Jess Garthing, has been married for nineteen years, but it is a shell of a marriage. For one week, she is in Sin City for a conference. Little did Jess know she’d be leaving her heart and soul in Vegas.
Maverick Wetsal had all the women he could want, and a job that was great. Divorced with two kids, one night stands were all Maverick believed in, until he met her.
After Jess is insulted by the men under his command, Maverick tries to make amends to Jess. But in doing so, he his finds the perfect submissive for his wounded heart. She finds her soul mate, but they live in two different worlds.
Can you live Happily Ever After in Sin City?
|Publisher:||Riverdale Avenue Books|
|File size:||375 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Trinity Blacio is an established romance writer of best-selling Running in Fear series, as well as a number of dark fantasy, erotic romance, erotic horror and ménage titles. She is the mother of two children and lives in Ohio. Her work can be found at Freya’s Bower and Ravenous Romance, as well as the work of her alter-egos Maria Moonstar and Selene Noreen.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I love this author! I love the plot to the book and how she leaves you waiting to what might happen next. I can't wait to see about the next characters story Rose, Jake, and Cadoc.
Wish it was longer but I like it it was different
Too much was thrown in especially in the last few chapters. Seriously, murder attempt, special needs child, multiple mates, cheating with a sibling, master/sub relationship, crazy violent uncle, "foster" child, disagreeable in-law, emergency hospital visit, career trouble, paranormal whispers, house shopping, marking, step sibling romance and major alpha attitudes. Everything but the kitchen sink was thrown in, and none of it explained or done well. This story needed a editor badly, and not just to pare down the plot diarrhea but also to correct the grammatical mistakes. I understand why this was free. I feel like I have mental whiplash after reading. The lone sex scene was even boring. I do not recommend reading or trying to read this story.