Submitting in Vegas (Vegas Morellis #3)

Submitting in Vegas (Vegas Morellis, #3)

Submitting in Vegas by Sam Mariano

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


She did it again! Dang it, I love this series!
I love the characters in this book. I love the sass, the dry/deadpan humor. The interactions between the different parts of the family. I love the inclusion of our old favorites, the Chicago Morellis. It’s like a reunion. Of exclusively hot people. I, too, would like to attend such reunions.
This story was a bit different from the others in the series (and its predecessor) in that the main two characters had a long-standing friendship prior to pursuing a romantic relationship, and I loved that, too. It gave such a strong foundation. I also thoroughly enjoyed that the heroine is so incredibly intelligent on top of being sassy. And a bit awkward to boot. I am also awkward (in a Temperance Brennan from Bones kind of way), so I am quite tickled when I see an awkward heroine.
I am so bummed to have reached the end of this series, but I understand the author will be writing more this year so I am eagerly anticipating that!
#socialmediastalkingsammariano



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Over the years, I’ve watched Rafe Morelli charm every kind of beautiful woman out of her panties. Most of them are practical enough to hold onto their hearts, though; he doesn’t want those. 

I am the only woman around who has managed to keep her panties out of Rafe’s hands, but not her heart. It all began with a startling act of kindness—a twisted act of kindness, but what other kind can you expect from a bad guy? 

Rafe’s much more than that, though, and I know I’m just what he needs. I also know a relationship is off-limits. Loving a Morelli isn’t just a dangerous game—it can be a deadly one. I never wanted to align myself with the dark side, I never wanted to play any games, but no matter how much it derails my life, the only person I find myself wanting to serve is Rafe Morelli. 

Rafe isn’t looking for love, and I’m not looking for trouble. The thing love and trouble have in common? Both have a way of finding you when you’re least expecting it…


Note: Submitting in Vegas is not a standalone, it is the final book in a continuing-story trilogy.

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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