Devil’s Playground Las Vegas
The first book in the HOT new Devil's Playground series!
Isaiah Fontenot had never played the role of white knight. At least not until his boss, Maximillian Adorite, gave him the order to. That was when he found himself coming face to face with the stunning Cassidy Owens, the woman in need of saving.
Cassidy only thought she was hiding from the men who were looking for her brother. Not knowing where to go, Cassidy opted to hide in plain sight, taking up temporary residence in a Vegas hotel near her condo. Turned out, she wasn’t as good at hiding as she had planned.
When Isaiah finds Cassidy, it doesn’t take long for passion to ignite. But at the end of the day, when the threat to Cassidy has been neutralized, will the two of them be able to walk away? Without regret?
Novella, No cliffhanger
Devil's Playground is a spin-off series from Southern Boy Mafia. Each novella is complete and does not contain a cliffhanger.
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Summer time Adult Playground Fun -
“She didn’t have a single regret.”
I’d feel the same way if I had bad boy Isaiah Fontenot sending smoldering looks at me. Ms Edwards is introducing us to a new version of “bad boys are so good.” Her alpha characters are usually honest, loyal men, sometimes troubled but always have a white hat. Well, not the boys of Southern Boy Mafia and Devil’s Playground. These are bad boys who can be very, very good boys right where you need them, between the sheets.
This novella delivers what I expect from a Nicole Edwards story: hot, steamy scenes, some tension and a HEA. It is a novella and often the hurry up fall in love aspect of the short journey troubles me. Cassidy has it right – sometimes being thrown together has you feel things sooner. Although I like the heroine, I really enjoyed Isaiah. I felt I understood him and connected with the character. He was bad boy that did some stuff on the wrong side, but you felt his justification.
This is another steamy summer read for me. This introduces us to the world of Devil’s Playground and some character – whoa Micah – we’ll get to meet. This novella doesn’t leave you hanging at the end of the story. You could stop here. But once you get hooked, I dare you not to pick up the next one in the series.