July’s Fourth by Alexis Ayres

This is a really fun, sexy short read. I loved the heroine. She is a little older and a little curvier than the other women she works with, and they have an attitude with her, but has a good attitude about everything. She wins an all expense paid trip to Las Vegas for the Fourth of July, and has a lot of fun. It starts out a little bit disappointing, because she gets bumped from her flight, and has to take the next flight, and a guy is a jerk to her. He realizes he was a jerk, and buys her a drink, but then he sits right next to her in the bar, ignoring her. It is a real shame, because he is hot. Then she is stuck sitting next to him on the plane, but he ignores her some more!
But, she has a great attitude, even though some more unfortunate things happen, and he finally gets done with his business and pays attention to her. And it moves forward really fast, pretty much straight to the sex. Then, they get to know each other, and the relationship heats up even more.
And then the happily ever after happens, and even the mean women turn out to be okay.
It was fun, it was fast, and it was sexy. It was free when I got it, which I really appreciated.

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Blurb:

When July Morris wins an office raffle, she has no idea that the vacation prize to Las Vegas will change her entire life. And James L. Beauregard is completely unaware that the curvy cutie who drives him crazy in the airport is going to be at The Vault nightclub later that evening…
Seems like some new fireworks will be lighting up the 4th this year…

10,000 words.
Adult situations, for adults only.

Alexis Ayres’ books: Amazon.com Author page

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