So, finally, it’s here. The collaboration I’ve been working on with Marilyn Vix is finally available! This has been a true labor of love for us both. We started the project together back in 2016, and then released the second novella in the series in 2019. But then the pandemic hit, and it was a struggle to get back on track for both of us. But finally, the last novella is done and out for your consumption.
Here is the blurb:
New Year’s Eve
The poker game has ended.
Dex Luxom has lost the hotel in a New Year’s Eve poker game. Stunned by the sudden loss, Fran Hurley sticks by her lover gambler. But will he recover after losing everything or do something rash?
She’s about to become a pawn in an even bigger game that will end with either losing Dex or her life. As things spiral out of control, Fran finds herself making the choice to trust in her gut. To love a gambler takes more than luck; it takes strength and courage. And it all could end with her being the biggest player of all.
This is the final installment in the “Thankful in Vegas” series.
It’s a bit of a move away from what I already write, but I did give this romantic suspense a sensual element that I think really creates some heat between Dex and Fran. If you’d like to start the series and read all the way through, here are the first two book links below.
Thankful in Vegas: (Bk 1 of Thankful in Vegas series)
Link to Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Thankful-Vegas-Marilyn-Vix-ebook/dp/B01MRVNVK3
Link to Barnes and Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/thankful-in-vegas-marilyn-vix/1130527701
Falling Into Vegas: (Bk 2 of Thankful in Vegas series)
Link to Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07NW9YWTH
Link to Barnes and Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/falling-into-vegas-marilyn-vix/1130638665?ean=2940156213160
Thank you for all the support and patience through the last few years. It has been a bit crazy, but I feel like I’ve weathered through it. With this release, I’m feeling a lot more on track. So, look for some future stories coming out soon this year.
Writing for your pleasure,