It is the story of Fanny's two daughters: Sunny, betrayed by her husband, fighting a battle no woman should ever have to face...Billie, whose obsessive devotion to the Thorntons' children's-clothing empire has kept her from finding love.
It is also the story of Fanny's search for her own roots...and her relationship with Marcus Reed, the wealthy but mysterious businessman who promises her a passion she has been denied for too long.
A poignant and passionate tale of pride and ambition, heartbreak and betrayal, tragedy and triumph, Vegas Heat resonates with drama and emotion. It is the story of a family's struggle for success against all odds and their search for love and acceptance.
©2008 Fern Michaels; (P)2008 Brilliance Audio
It ranks right up near the top with most Fern Michaelbooks I've listened to.
I like the story line in general. She holds your attention and makes you want to listen to more, more, more.
The narrator did a very good job as well. Bravo!!
I read this one right before my first trip to Vegas, The title is true, it sure was hot in Vegas 115 degrees hot. The title did not match the story however: a relaxing pleasant read sitting by the pool alone but not sexy and steamy enough to be titled Vegas Heat There wasn’t even enough steam to dry my hair after my swim. Maybe change the title to Vegas Breeze. Ahh but then if you did that one could truly judge the book by the cover. Young readers can appreciate and gleen useful information about family dysfunctions
"Fern Michaels is Brilliant as Usual"
Am truly addicted to the writing style of Fern Michaels. Vegas heat doesn't disappoint in any way.
"2nd in the series"
The Thornton sons are back from the war, making a name for themselves in the gambling and financial industries respectively. Ash is spiraling out of control and his kids find it hard to take sides.
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