Sinning in Vegas (Vegas Morellis #2)

Sinning in Vegas (Vegas Morellis, #2)

Sinning in Vegas by Sam Mariano

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


LOVE. I can’t get enough of these Morellis! This is the 10th Morelli book I’ve read (counting Entrapment), and I wish there were at least 10 more!
I love these characters. I love where this book took the story. I love the tug-of-war between Rafe and Sin for Laurel’s affections. I was rooting SO HARD for the one I wanted to prevail.
The action and suspense are there, as is humor. I laughed out loud. Pretty hard, actually. And I never do that from books. It was a scene where Laurel tries to lie, and fails most spectacularly.
I WANT MORE! Off I go to read the third (and final 😭) Vegas Morelli book.



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This is not a standalone. 
Book one must be read before you read this one. 


Life in Vegas was no fairy tale. Prince Charming turned out to be a well-dressed frog, and my dark knight cuffed me to his bed. One left his mark on my body; one left his mark on my heart. Both taught me an important lesson: the high-stakes games they play in Sin City are too rich for my blood. 

Fleeing Vegas and the sexy monsters who live there was the first good decision I’ve made in a while. All I want to do now is lick my wounds and get back to my boring, normal life. Studying for finals with an ironic mug full of lemon tea, backyard cook-outs courtesy of my brother-in-law, and binge-watching old shows with my sister every night—that is the life I want back. No more pulse-pounding sexiness, no more ruthless bad guys clawing my heart apart for their own purposes.

All I want is to be normal again. That’s it. 

The problem is, I’m not sure it’s possible to get back to normal once the Morelli family gets involved…

Published by Amanda Marie

Compulsive reader. Romantic suspense/contemporary romance/dark romance/NA romance addict. Particularly fond of mafia, forced/arranged marriage, secret baby, kidnapping, and dark alpha heroes. Just out here doing my part for humanity- these books won't read themselves.

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