There’s nothing like a new release to get an author excited! I want to race down the street, shouting “Sin City Sweethearts is live! Hurry and get your copy of the hottest book I’ve ever written!”
Of course I won’t. I’d be arrested, especially here in my conservative adopted country. So all I can do is crow here on my blog.
What can I say to convince you to check the book out?
Sin City Sweethearts is a barrel of honest, dirty fun. It’s not a romance, but there’s a happy ending for every character (except the Mafia goon from Jersey who’s threatening the hero). If you’ve read the earlier Vegas Babes books, you can enjoy becoming reaquainted with Annie, Ted, Miranda, and Joel, as well as the bevy of warm-hearted (and bodied) strippers from The Fox’s Den. At the same time, the book can stand alone―and there are lots of new characters for you to meet, most importantly Marcella and Madeleine McNabb, the sweethearts of the title.
Oh, and it has a hilarious intro by Larry Archer, who invented The Fox’s Den.
Here’s the blurb and a brief excerpt to whet your appetite.
Like many newlyweds, Annie and Ted work hard, economize, live in a too-small apartment, and make passionate love whenever possible. They’re just a bit more open-minded and inclusive about sex than most couples—they met at The Fox’s Den strip club and bonded during an orgy. They’re delighted when fraternal twins Marcella and Madeleine McNabb move into the apartment downstairs. The innocent eighteen year old beauties have come to Las Vegas for university and to escape their overprotective family. Annie and Ted figure it’s practically their duty to educate the sisters about the real Sin City.
Marcie and Maddy prove to be apt pupils, with voracious carnal appetites. Before long they’re intimately involved not only with their upstairs neighbors, but also their hippie landlord and landlady, Maddy’s hunky coach, Marcie’s dominant department head, a handful of their classmates, a bevy of strippers from the Den and the infamous Foxy and Larry themselves. Then the four McNabb brothers come to town, threatening to drag the twins back to Ely, and things get truly wild.
Maddy glanced around the apartment. “What a cute place!”
“It’s a bit small for two.” Annie gestured at the cushions scattered around the coffee table. “Not to mention for four. Hope you don’t mind a bit of informality.”
Maddy chuckled as she folded her legs and seated herself on the floor. “Compared to our apartment, this is a palace.”
“Still, we’re grateful to have found someplace we can afford, so close to campus,” Marcie added as she settled across her sister, tucking her legs beneath her and leaning her back against the sofa.
“And Miranda and Joel seem great. They’ve been really helpful.”
As if on cue, the doorbell rang. Ted threaded his way among the bodies on the floor to go answer. Their pony-tailed landlord stood on the deck outside, holding a plate piled high with fragrant cookies.
“Hi, Joel,” said Ted. “We’d ask you in, but I think we’re at capacity!”
“Never mind. Miranda heard you were having a little party and baked these for you. Her specialty, organic oatmeal raisin, fresh out of the oven.”
“Mmm— they smell fantastic. Thanks!”
“Our pleasure. Hope you all enjoy them.” He nodded at their guests. “Hi, girls! Have a fine evening.”
Marcie flashed him a smile. He was probably as old as her grandpa, but there was something about him that made her feel warm and tingly inside. He must have been really sexy when he was young, she thought.
“Wine?” Annie offered once Joel had left. “We have both red and white. Orange juice and Pepsi, too, if you prefer.”
“I’d love a glass of red.” Marcie felt daring and adult. Despite the fact that the twins were of legal age, their parents wouldn’t let them drink anything alcoholic.
“White for me, please,” said her sister.
“And I hope you like sushi—it seemed appropriate, since we have to eat on the floor.”
Ted handed Marcie a brimming glass of ruby liquid. In the process, his fingers brushed hers, lingering a bit longer than would have been natural. She gave him a sharp look. His dark eyes smoldered with some intense, hidden emotion.
Is he trying to hit on me? But he’s newly married, to a gorgeous woman! Marcella glanced up at Annie, who was filling trays with sushi over at the kitchen table and seemed not to notice anything amiss. Then she checked out the crotch of Ted’s loose karate pants. She thought she detected a definite bulge.
So that was how it was. Marcie knew a horny guy when she saw one. He was sexy, of course, but she knew getting involved with a married man was a really bad idea. Still, her nipples knotted under her dress, despite her alarm, and a tell-tale ache between her legs indicated that her body, at least, was interested.
Conflicted and uncertain, she turned to her sister for help.
Maddy was drinking her wine in great gulps. “This is so delicious,” she gushed. She sounded as though she was already a bit drunk.
“Maybe you should slow down, Mad,” Marcie cautioned with a sigh. Maddy seemed oblivious to what was going on.
“Don’t worry,” said Annie. “We’ve got plenty of wine, and food too.” Setting the platter of rice and fish on the low table, she turned to Ted. “Don’t we, hon?”
To Marcie’s shock, the redhead pulled her husband into a deep kiss with lots of tongue. Meanwhile, she cupped his groin deliberately and squeezed. Ted moaned into her mouth. Without breaking the kiss, he slipped his hand inside the kimono to paw at her breast.
She knows, Marcie realized. She knows he wants me. She’s encouraging him! More confused than ever, she drained the rest of her wine. A warm flush suffused her body. She felt light-headed, a bit dizzy, and very, very turned on.
Amazon US – https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MQVSWCH
Amazon UK – https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07MQVSWCH
Smashwords – https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/917885
Barnes and Noble – https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/sin-city-sweethearts-lisabet-sarai/1130204032?ean=2940155941880
Kobo – Coming soon I hope!
Add on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/43594528-sin-city-sweethearts
I really hope you’ll consider buying my new baby. To encourage you, I am giving away two copies of the first book in the series, Hot Brides in Vegas. Just leave me a comment with your email to enter the drawing.