January 18, 2016

ARC Review --> Her Secret Lover (What Happens in Vegas, #11) by Robin Covington

Kelsey Kyle will do whatever it takes to get into the management trainee program at the casino where she works. So when she’s given the opportunity to get a VIP customer’s endorsement for the program, she jumps at the challenge. All she needs to do is arrange a one-on-one fan experience with the woman’s favorite author, tall-dark-and-intense Micah Holmes.

An entire week at a Vegas romance readers’ convention, surrounded by hundreds of people, is Micah Holmes’ idea of hell. But one look at Kelsey, his assigned hotel concierge, and the attraction is immediate. Maybe this week won’t be so bad after all…

Anything beyond a “strictly professional” relationship will get Kelsey fired, but she needs to get close to Micah to get the super fan experience her client wants. Hot sex in her apartment pool begins a game of “undercover lover” that quickly escalates to something more. But when Micah discovers her secret agenda, all bets are off.

I love Robin’s books. I haven’t read one yet that I haven’t liked. And her Secret Lover was no different.
I really liked Micah and Kelsey. They were a cute couple.
Kelsey is Micah Holmes personal concierge for the week. While she’s setting thing up for Micah and doing other things, she also tries to get a promotion into the management trainee program. And an opportunity arises when a guest at the hotel wants to have a one-on-one with her favorite author. Kelsey jumps at the chance to set it up. But Micah doesn’t do one-on-one with fans. Will Kelsey succeed or will she fell and not get the position?
Kelsey and Micah are really likeable characters from the start. And at the very beginning of the book there is an “incident” that really had me laughing. This book has a few laugh out loud moments that I really enjoyed. I also liked the secondary characters. But that seems to be the case in all of the What Happens in Vegas series.
Overall, I really liked this book. It was one of my favorites in this series so far. It has a great set of characters, and a good plot. Robin done a fantastic job with this book.

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