Split the Aces

Split the Aces In the neon glare of Sin City two women ride a wave of passion that threatens to consume them in a world of fast money and fast times It s lust at first sight for blackjack dealer Rae Sutherland and

  • Title: Split the Aces
  • Author: Jove Belle
  • ISBN: 9781602820333
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the neon glare of Sin City, two women ride a wave of passion that threatens to consume them in a world of fast money and fast times It s lust at first sight for blackjack dealer Rae Sutherland and aspiring Vegas singer Cori Romero.

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    1. I was lucky enough to win this book at Dear Author during their GLBT Gay Writes in honor of National Coming Out week contest. I’ve read one other book of Jove Belle’s before and really loved it. So I was excited that I ended up with this book, which I’ve been wanting to read. First, this is a much different book than the other one I read, Edge of Darkness. Edge of Darkness was a dark, gritty suspense novel with complex characterizations and a gripping plot. Split the Aces is very different [...]

    2. Blackjack dealer Rae likes quickie encounters with faceless women. Massage therapist Cori comes to Vegas looking for a meaningless fling. These two get together and find more than they bargained for--an emotional connection that leads to heartache when they part ways.Jove has a witty, sexy writing voice. This is a light and enjoyable read with some unique aspects. Both heroines hook up with other women (or several!), for example, and there is a hedonistic vibe that fits the setting. But the char [...]

    3. This was a pleasant, yet somewhat average, book. It didn't have anything offensive to me; like poor writing, grammar, lack of editing, unlikable characters, or a too abrupt ending. The characters were fun, the chemistry was hot at the time of reading, but not too terribly memorable. it's definitely worth the price for a quick, painless read with ample hot and steamy scenes.

    4. This was a fun, quick, dirty read. A little more sex than substance, but I still believed in the relationship, even if I was occasionally frustrated by how many situations could have been solved by a conversation. I'll probably read it again later.

    5. Maybe it’s a personal preference for longer books, but I thought there was too much sex and too little character development. It’s part of Bold Strokes Book’s Matinee romances, and I’m learning to avoid them since they don’t have enough “substance” for my liking.

    6. Fun story with just enough angst to make it interesting. Equally sexy and sweet. Fast paced. Definitely a 4 star read for me!

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