Game of Chance by Erika Wilde

Game of Chance

By Erika Wilde

  • Release Date: 2011-03-29
  • Genre: Contemporary
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Description

A former Marine and Las Vegas vice cop, Nathan Fox has seen it all and then some. Heading up security for the Onyx Casino is tame compared to his dark past, but it's not his only job. Working for the Reliance Group is his real passion project. His current case: a missing woman. His mission: to find her. Easy enough, until he finds himself tangled up with sexy Nicole Hutton, a stubborn—and stunning—journalist who's nosed her way into his investigation . . . and into his dirty, erotic fantasies.

Resisting Nicole is impossible, and he soon discovers that in this dangerous high stakes game of chance, falling in love is the greatest risk of all.

ALL BOOKS AVAILABLE IN THE "VEGAS HEAT" SERIES:
Game of Chance (Book 1)
Take a Chance (Book 2)
Last Chance (Book 3)

Reviews

  • A fantastic read!

    5
    By sferguson105
    This was a really good romantic suspense read. Between the chemistry that Nicole and Nathan have, and the drama that plays out, it had me drawn in the entire time. My heart broke for both of them, due to what they faced in the past, but I loved how it seemed to make each of them that much stronger. A fantastic story that I would definitely recommend!
  • Great read! Captivated me!

    5
    By Christine Miller28
    I was so lost in Nathan and Nicole's world! I love good romantic suspense and this book was along those lines. Nathan and Nicole are working on bringing down a dangerous criminal together who does some of the worst things a human being can possibly do. I thought the story was a great story and very realistic in this day and age, which of course as a parent of a teenage daughter is so scary. I loved how both Nathan and Nicole were damaged by something in their past that relates to what they are trying to stop. The past has stopped them both from moving on and by working through their issues, they are able to face their past and move forward. I loved watching their walls crumble. I really loved this story. Great read!

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