Satisfaction has a price... and it's Deadly.
For three Las Vegas women, The Strip is an adults-only playground where excitement and seduction never sleep. Billie, Jennifer and Kristin all have one thing in common: Cam Lawford, the stud-for-hire whose career-ending sports injury led him to a new life of luxury hotel rooms and generous women. Now one of them has sent him to an early grave. Who knew the business of sex and satisfaction could be such a dangerous game?
Would you try another book from J. J. Salem and/or Kate Harper?
Kate Harper definitely, JJ Salem no.
What could J. J. Salem have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Nothing, it's just a style I find I don't like.
What does Kate Harper bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
She really paints a picture of real people, and with this book I couldn't have found any of the characters human just reading it.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Any additional comments?
I thought it would be more of a murder mystery and less of a chick lit shopping/life style book, so the genre is not my thing. I think if the capsule review had hinted a bit more at the plethora of brand names and upscale shopping references I would have known to stay away. But Kate Harper is an awesome reader.
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