A dream-come-true-wedding in Vegas with a quickie living-in-the-real-world-divorce in Reno would solve Thila’s predicament and help her keep her wedding appointment in a week’s time. After all what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. But what happens when the six foot two ‘incident’ follows you back home?...
|Title||:||wedding in vegas|
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|Number of Pages||:||190 Pages|
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wedding in vegas Reviews
Wedding in Vegas follows two high-powered professionals who had never set eyes on one another, Mithila and Arnav as their paths cross on a long-haul flight to Vegas. The two were drawn together like magnets and as their lives clash in a sudden and heart-racing way, they realise they aren't so unfamiliar to one another after all.This book had me gripped from the first page and had me swooning after both main characters. Thila was a strong, beautiful and educated woman - something that is often missing in many romance novels, in favour of the secretary-and-the-boss type relationship. The fact that Thila was interested in more than just romance and that she had her own career and goals was gripping to me and I could see myself liking her more and more as the story progressed. Arnav was a character I really liked reading about. As Thila is used to being the boss, I liked that Arnav took control of situations, but also knew when to back down. He was definitely a swoon-worthy main character and I would love to read more about both characters.There were a couple of parts within the story that were raunchy and steamy, so if you don't like those aspects then this book may not be for you. However, it was done very tastefully and ensured the romance was realistic and interesting to read about. The book was written very well and I felt intrigued and drawn into the world of Thila and Arnav, unable to put it down. The writing style is very easy to follow and the twists and turns had me reading as quick as possible to find out what was going to happen.I would highly recommend Wedding in Vegas, the plot, writing and characters all worked together to create an excellent reading experience. If you're a fan of romance - this book shouldn't be missed.
Okay ReadI chose this rating because the story was just okay. Although I enjoy this author, there are several errors such as typos, terminology, and/or geographical. I'm going to say it (geographical and terminology errors) could be a direct result of the author being British.When she refers to the heroine being in Las Vegas, she has the Americans in which the hero and heroine interact with speaking in British slang (such as the use of the word "Mate" referring to friend). In addition, the author referred to someone flying from Arizona to Phoenix but Phoenix is the city located in the state of Arizona. There was also the use of the word escalator instead of elevator. This could also be a British terminology or typo. Those are a few of the errors that were distracting to me as the reader.Not to sound like a Negative Nancy, I did like the plot as well as the characters. I think with a good editor and more oomph it will be a great story. I will read this story again and I would recommend as long as the purchaser or reader takes into consideration the issues I've pointed out.
I read the author’s first novel ‘Married in Name’ which was an amusing feel-good read hence I thought I’d read this one too. The story itself starts with the hero and heroine meeting on the flight to New York. I loved the names of the central characters Arnav and Thila. Their mutual attraction sizzles from the beginning. Thila is a strong character and is really a Comeback Queen! The storyline and the characters flow together beautifully. I could see the places and the central characters in my mind’s eye. The ending is predictable but I like HEAs and wouldn’t have it any other way. I will definitely read the next novel from this author.
It was the names of the hero and heroine that caught my attention. Arnav – sounded strong and handsome. Thila – sounded posh and smart. From the blurb it appeared exciting. Getting married in Las Vegas and a divorce in Reno. Hmm…I was hooked. And I wasn’t disappointed. Thila is one gutsy heroine. She is smart and has strong opinions. With a Las Vegas background, private jets and gondolas, I was in the jet-setting world. As a bonus this novel also had the ubiquitous evil stepmother, a scheming husband-candidate and a vamp. The Full Monty! An enjoyable read.
I prefer reading romances where the heroine is not the stereotypical PA or secretary or jewellery designer not that I have anything against them. However, there are women astronauts and neurosurgeons and entrepreneurs and I am sure they too have romance in their lives! And I hate it when romance novels are filled with stories where women’s career or profession is non-prime. Anyways that is one of my pet peeve. Which brings me to this novel. The heroine is a well-educated successful professional! That sold the book for me. The heroine is a big talker, does not pull punches and is pretty determined when she sets her mind to it and the hero had his work cut out. The story is well-written and the narration is excellent. It was funny in places. Last but not the least, I loved the locale. If there was one thing I disliked it was the fact that the heroine is no good at anagrams! LOL! Read and enjoy.
I read India's Married in Name and loved it. So thought I'd read this one too. OMG can I have my own Arnav please? I couldn't put it down and read through the night. Loved it, loved it, loved it! Love scenes are a bit hot! So don't go for this if you like your hero and heroine talking from a distance of five feet! But if like me you like a sassy woman and a sexy man go for it! You wont be disappointed. I'm talking about mile high club, here. Wink, wink :) My friend has now borrowed my kindle to read the book. But when I get it back, I intend to get to know swoon-worthy Arnav again!
I really enjoyed reading this book and I couldn't put it down. Somehow the end was predictable but this didn't stop me from reading it. It has funny moments, a little bit of drama and of course, love. I liked the characters and sure maybe there were some parts were you thought "really that just happened?" Just don't do it and enjoy every page of it!
Romance between the world rich billionaires....nothing much in story....
I like the start. Evil stepmother is standard but a steel spined heroine is non-standard
Read the first book, Wedding in Vegas, which was brilliant and I couldn't wait to read this one. India Daram has done it again with a brilliant and whacky entertainer!