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Publisher's Summary

Shy librarian Ella McCormack was well aware that what happened in Vegas, stayed there but she never thought it would happen like this.
When a bachelorette party in Sin City got a little bit rowdy, Ella found herself cornered by a bunch of overly pushy men. Coming to her rescue was an impossibly handsome man named Reagan Morgan. A man that Ella found herself immediately infatuated with.
But Ella had no idea that Reagan was a vampire. One of many that reside in Las Vegas.
And by the time she found out, it was already be too late.
This is a unique spin on the average vampire romance. Set in Las Vegas you can expect thrills, spills, and naughty scenes galore. What happens in this book, stays in this book so get listening right now!
©2017 SimplyShifters.com (P)2017 SimplyShifters.com
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By med c on 03-23-17

Vampire in Vegas

What was one of the most memorable moments of Vampires in Vegas?

A timid woman coming into her own when she finds her true love is a handsome vampire. Some of this book are little repetitive but keep listening to the end . There might be a nice surprise.

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By Amazon CustomerBeliever on 04-03-17

This Was A Good Vampire Story

Would you consider the audio edition of Vampires in Vegas to be better than the print version?

I did not read the print but I always think audio is better.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Vampires in Vegas?

When they were preparing to kill the two lovers and the simpering enforcer said perhaps there is another way to end this. i was prepared to hate him because he seemed to enjoy torturing people but when he said this I changed my mind.

What does J. Scott Bennett bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

All of the emotions, drama, and action were given a voice that you, as a reader, have to supply in a print book.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Same answer as question two.

Any additional comments?

I got this book via audiobook boom. I would listen to another book by this author if it is in the same catagory.

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By Kindle Customer on 04-15-17

Brilliant story.

What made the experience of listening to Vampires in Vegas the most enjoyable?

Everything about this story was just so good so exciting. A girl who had been held back by her own insecurities and a jealous friend, finally has her day. She meets and falls in love with a handsome vampire and they change each other's lives. His vampire clan also try to separate them and that part of the narrative is nerve racking and had my heart rate going up. J Scott Bennett's performance really enhanced my pleasure in the story, especially the scene in the chamber with the vampire council. This is a wonderful love story well written and beautifully performed and deserved the 5 stars I gave it.

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By A D. on 03-23-17

A more classical vampire romance.

Off late I have noticed that paranormal romances change or enhance the basic nature of vampires. Sometimes they sparkle Sometimes they walk about in the day. And so on.

Samantha Snow has, refreshingly, gone back to the basics. Her vampire characters are strong immortal creatures of the night with a deadly allergy to the sun. They function mostly separately to humans and consider humans beneath them.

Shy, quiet librarian Ella and alpha vampire Reagan's pairing goes pretty much as expected. Their story, though not the best I've heard in this genre, ticks most of the boxes on what is expected, is easy to listen to and has the necessary HEA. J. Scott Bennett has provided a good narration.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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