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Publisher's Summary

Phoebe Alexis Courtland had a plan. As a paralegal studying for the bar, she decided while in Vegas for a conference she would let off some steam with her friends. When Phoebe wakes the last day of her weekend trip to Vegas, she finds one of the biggest princess cut wedding rings on her ring finger while lying on top of a naked chiseled-chest god. Phoebe remembers nothing of her drunken night of love and is determined to have the marriage annulled immediately. After Vegas, Phoebe is forced to go to her now husband Xavier's ranch to get him to sign the divorce papers. But, Xavier won't sign them without a fight. Xavier has a few tricks up his sleeve for his new bride. Will Phoebe be able to get her divorce?

Content warning: Contains explicit scenes and language. Intended for 18+ listeners.

©2016 Phoenix Rayne (P)2016 Phoenix Rayne

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Don't Waste Your $$

This was awful. The h was childish immature and not likeable. The H was weak. The storyline made no sense. Ugh...nothing was likeable. I couldn't finish.

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Phoebe and Xander rocked

I was able to get into this one right from the beginning. I enjoyed Phoebe's confusion and then her realization that what she had was something special but she didn't know who she was. So she had to figure that out in order to appreciate what she had been presentedwoth. I very much enjoyed Xander he allowed Phoebe to be Phoebe without the constraints that was placed upon her and made her feel so cut off and unfeeling. I really would like to know why his mom was still there after so much time. There felt like there was a story behind that. I can't really say it was a missed opportunity but it was something to draw out the story a little longer. I love their happiness that they got after spending so much time apart and her growing into herself.

The narrator did a good job. I could follow all the male voices the eby, the flow, the feeling, the passion, it was conviction there and I I appreciated it all. The journey she took me on was delighful.

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A nice story but...

I liked the story but it is very emotionally manipulative and I felt like I was getting jerked around long with the groom. I think their is a line and this book crossed it several times and not in a good way. sidenote: I wish the male protagonists weren't all uber rich.

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it was interesting,did not like the protagonist

like the outcome of the book however I thought the protagonist was selfish and annoying

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started out good but went down hill

so the book started out pretty good. all characters were behaving rationally and their actions made sense. however, that quickly changed and the main character started behaving very irrationally and kept changing her mind abruptly. I still don't understand what she was so confused about and why she was behaving the way she was. it's very sad because the book seem to have a lot of potential. I would not recommend this book to other people.

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The Marriage That didn't Stay in Vegas

Very good book, I will gladly Introduce this to my senior book mates to read.

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This Chick

The woman was selfish and self-centered. He was so much in love with her and he gave her a trip around the world by herself.

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Story seemed fragmented

Phoenix Rayne is a new author to me. Dana Dae did a very good job with conveying emotions. The story started great and then became fragmented. It seemed to me that the author cut out some key things so the book was hard to follow. Phoebe seemed immature to me. I never did figure out how she lost her memory which was a key element of the book. I was voluntarily provided with this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator. My review is not a synopsis of the book, but rather my opinion of it.

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Very good book

This is a very good book. Did not have too much drama. The narrator was good. Very good plot.

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good

I wish it went more into the sexual part of the store. It was not that believable about how in love they were from a first chance meeting. But it was a cute story.