Vegas – Where My Lost In Vegas Characters Live
Lost in Vegas is a romantic suspense novel set in – Los Vegas. That’s not an accident. Vegas is a place that thrives on change. Excitement is in the air and as you walk down the strip you feel as if anything could happen.
That’s certainly true when you read my book. It’s Kate McLaren’s last chance to make payroll for her failing business so when her boyfriend suggests a trip to Vegas with a fail-safe method of winning at black-jack what can she say? Things do not go as planned. Add in hunky head of security, J. T. Sullivan who’s bent on saving her from herself and a Vegas background….
Ah Vegas…with its’ over-the-top people that make people watching fun, gambling (no pictures allowed), entertainment, shopping. A man-made paradise, it sits in the middle of the dessert, a monument to excess and creativity. Here we have the Bellagio fountains creating water ballets with shooting fountains of water and light orchestrated to music by a team of sound engineers. There are Pink Flamingos and Egypetian Sphinx, along with countless street performers wearing everything from Sponge Bob Squarepants’ costumes to – well not much at all, except a muscled and toned body that seem to leave women tourists drooling. And that’s just the strip.
Head down to Freemont and you’ll get the world’s largest over-head light canopy, featuring numerous nightly shows for free, musical groups playing on street corners, and crowds of people walking from casinos such as Binions carrying drinks from place to place in a massive out-door street party, everyone welcome. I think one of my best memories from the first time I went to Vegas was watching a four year old break out into unrestrained dancing as a street band started playing. He was joy incarnate.
Need a break from all this man-made excess? Head to the Grand Canyon where Mother Nature has created some of the most spectacular scenery known to man. Getting there is not a problem with numerous tours by bus, car and helicopter. Enjoy a Champagne cruise on a paddle steamer on Lake Meade or go for a hike in the Grand Canyon.
I could go on but just watch these videos:
If you’re interested in Lost In Vegas you can find it on Amazon.com
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