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The Las Vegas Desert Flower (The Alexandra Merritt Mysteries)

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When Alexandra Merritt inherits a Las Vegas casino worth three hundred million dollars her life is turned upside down. While trying to learn every phase of the operation, she has to contend with a wild variety of Vegas visitors. There are egomaniac movie stars, ambitious stand-up comics, thieves, coked-up athletes, and a fabulously beautiful blonde with two things on her ...more
Kindle Edition, 464 pages
Published October 1st 2013 (first published September 28th 2013)
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john d chontos
Jun 12, 2014 john d chontos rated it really liked it
A very good sequel that kept me reading to the end.

A very good sequel that kept me reading to the end.

Living in Vegas, I am sure things like this happen and it is a good insight into casino operations that the visitor doesn't see.
Doni Healy
Apr 20, 2016 Doni Healy rated it it was amazing
Very good.

This is the 2nd book in this Series I've read and I plan to read them all.great plots,good writing.thank you.
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Jul 31, 2015 sandra wiggins rated it really liked it
Desert Flower is fun and easy read.

The characters are easy to remember and story easy to go back and pick up. I like the Alex and Sam storyline so far.
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Feb 24, 2015 Elva L Beacham rated it liked it
Not up to book one Hope #3 gets back on track.

Lacks the depth of story line that all other books I've read by this author. Story seems hurriedly written, shallow.
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