From New York Times and USA TODAY best-selling author Terry Towers.
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, right? Not always....
After being left at the altar by her high school sweetheart, Genevieve Fennel is done with love, done with romance, and done with men. Period. She's always been a good girl, while her friends indulged in casual encounters, and they seem happy and satisfied enough. So why can't she?
Meeting NYPD officers Dane and Graham Porter in Vegas gives her an opportunity to be the bad girl she thinks she needs to be. After a night of passion, she finds herself embarrassed of her wanton behavior, but takes solace in the fact she can put the night behind her once she returns home.
Back in New York, just when she thinks she can forget what happened in Vegas, destiny shows it has other plans. When there's a break-in at her boutique, it's the sexy-as-sin Porter men who are sent to her rescue intent on stirring up the feelings of abandon she's trying to forget.
How can she forget what happened in Vegas, when the two men who brought her to such heights of pleasure refuse to let her go so easily? Even if she does decide to open her heart to them, how can she make a choice between the two amazing brothers, both intent on winning her affections? Or maybe she doesn't have to....
©2014 Terry Towers (P)2016 Terry Towers
Audio books are growing. I have listened to books for months now, But I prefer my books in paperback/hardback format.
I received this bookl for an honest review
Good book, thought it was an okay book to listen to
This audiobook was exactly what I needed:
Easy to get into (books that take three or four chapters to get interesting are a drag and I tend to lose interest fast)
and Not What I Expected - in the best way!
I THOUGHT I'd read the book blurb. I did, really. But somehow I missed something because I got surprised, big time - and that was nice! This book did not play out like I expected either and THAT is a feat, because most days I feel like I've read/listened to every course a plot can have.
The voice acting for What Happens in Vegas was done by Meghan Kelly and she is great; I always look forward to listening to her narration. Well done!
This book was a fabulous diversion!
***Received a free copy in return for my honest review
What happens in Vegas a a novella about Geneviieve, a vulnerable woman who has been left at the alter, She decides to take the honeymoon solo, and hooks up with one man only to realize he has a twin. Lots of sex ensues.
Well I personally loved the first sexual scene of Genevieve's meeting with twin #1.
I have listened to meghan kelly's performances before--she is perfect for erotica with her sweet, melodic, and sensual voice.
One of the things I enjoyed about this story was the realness of it. Genevieve was vulnerable, and that made her sexuality more vibrant.
I received this book in exchange for an honest review.
Omg! Make sure you grab some tissues before reading or listening to this one. Not from sorrow though, but from laughing. The author has given us a light fun read/listen. I wasn't quite prepared for the story to be as fun as it is. I was delighted at how this author managed to create a story that is simultaneously scorching hot-hot sexy, and tears running down your face funny. The first thing in the book that made me gasp out loud was, "That's because I don't have a scar" I totally had a freak out moment. I listened to the audio version given to me complimentary for an honest review and I have to say that the narrator Meghan Kelly (who I've listened to before) brings a great deal to the table with this one, you can hear every nuance of the story with her talented inflections, be it total incredulity, anger, humor, or sex. Kudos to her for being able to speak it all out loud. I look forward to hearing more from her as well as reading or listening to more from this talented author.
Tina, The Bookworm
I think this book is for people who are into taboo romances between brothers and a girl. It is not my taste of books and I wouldn't recommend it if they aren't into that genre of books. However, for those who are into these types of books I would recommend because they may enjoy it.
I am not sure I would listen to anything by Terry Towers and I would have to see what other books she writes to decide if I will read any more of her books.
Meghan Kelly really helped bring the story together. If I had read this story I probably would not have finished it. However, while listening to the story I felt like it brought a little more to the story and really pushed me to finish it. I would definitely listen to more books narrated by Meghan Kelly.
What Happens in Vegas...Doesn't Always Stay There only really taught me that it is best to not sleep with twin brothers because a lot of drama will occur.
This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast.
I didn't read the blurb before listening to the audiobook and found myself pleasantly surprised with the development of the story.
The story was fast paced as is becoming of a book who (partly) takes place in Vegas.
I was satisfied with the ending of the book.
I wasn't sure during the book itself, but the author did a good job building the foundation for the conclusion.
Genevieve confronting her fiancé after he decided to call of the wedding (on their wedding day!!).
Genevieve declared in front of all the guests what he had done and hoped the road for her self discovery.
I liked her spirit in telling the truth in this difficult time and being too embarrassed to expose her cheating fiancé.
Also, the erotic sex scenes!!
I loved how Genevieve got to explore her sexuality and embrace it.
I dont see the need for a follow up book.
Meghan Kelly did a great job narrating Genevieve, Dane and Graham.
3 complex characters. Their dilemmas and insecurities were genuine.
A large part of the book revolved around the sex and Meghan narrated male and female parts equally well.
Perhaps. There was one scene that I was uncomfortable with. I think it took away from the story and made the rest of it unbelievable.
This was the first time.
I liked the twin with the scar. He was the most sincere. He loved his brother and was willing to sacrifice his happiness for him.
Yes I did not like the sharing scene. It was too off center for me.
I think the story would have gone fine without the sharing scene. even the mistaken identity scene was okay and could have lead to the rest of the story. I just think the sharing scene and then the brothers come back fighting each other although one really was not into committment took away from the story.
Books give a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything. - Plato
This is not my favorite genre but I decided to give it a try.
The story was interesting but the beginning was a little rough. I don't care for threesomes & language was also pretty explicit. If you enjoy erotica books you would probably like it. I prefer a lighter reading.
I was given this audiobook for free in exchange for my honest unbiased opinion.
--I received a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.
This book was not what I expected, but I think that is one of the reasons I really enjoyed it. After being left at the alter, Genevieve goes off on her Vegas honeymoon. Always the good girl, she decides to be a little daring and hooks up with NYPD Officer, Dane. She has never had passion like this before and the next morning, mistakenly hooks up with Dane's twin brother, Graham. The two move on to share Ginny for a night. She goes home thinking what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. When her store is robbed in NYC, who comes to her aid? Dane...and with that comes Graham...now comes the time to make a choice. Who will she choose and why? How will the brothers deal with it? I am not going to tell you, but I will say the characters are well thought out, and the sex is hot!
The narrator, Meghan Kelly gives us a great performance. Her voice is smooth and sexy, giving us a wonderful listen.
This would be the first romantic (if you can call it that) book I've read. Really wasn't expecting all of the explicit language and strong sexual scenes, but they certainly got the imagination going. Plot was pretty good as well. Seems plausible.
For the most part, I thought the book was very well written. Different points of view gave you good insight into each character's thoughts. The story developed nicely, skipping spans of time right when it might have become repetitive or boring. Quite a few unexpected twists and turns to get you through to the end. Overall, very enjoyable listen. Just make sure you don't listen within earshot of coworkers. It gets pretty steamy and graphic!!!
As for the narration, I thought she did a really good job telling the story and inflecting emotion into the voices mostly when I felt it should be there.Only two things really caught my attention in a negative way (but didn't really impact the story, mostly just noticing them on occasion). First, it must be hard to reference certain body parts over and over again without using the same words, and still make it sound appealing/attractive. Don't think I could do any better, but I feel it gets a little silly when you start using weird words to describe sexual situations or body parts. For my mind, just call it what it is and use the word as many times as necessary to get through a scene, but a few times, I felt like I was back in junior high, snickering over a dirty word! Second, there were a couple of occasions where it felt like words or phrases had been dubbed over or inserted almost as an afterthought. The volume would dramatically go up or down, the tone of voice suddenly shifted dramatically where it wouldn't be expected, and just a few other nuances like that. Again, neither really detracted from the story and it had a good ending to my mind.
Great job from both the author and narrator. Very enjoyable listen!
I received a free copy of this audio book for an honest review.
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