Vegas Confessions 2:
Titillating tales from the strip get your engine going on a mental trip that’s out-of-this-world sexy. Believe it or not, the wildest stories you’ll ever hear are true, through-and-through, and really do happen in Vegas. The city is all about true love, new love, lost love, and what’s love got to do with it--take the money, honey. Sometimes it’s better to come home with nothing after a night out...just ask the guy in Trophies. Good mommies stay home with their kids. What do Bad Mommies do? They go to Vegas! Find out just what it is that happens in Sin City when you listen to Vegas Confessions.
Individual story blurbs:
Propositioned at a Strip Club — They’ll have plenty of stories to share with the grandkids–but not these!
Lucky — She didn’t break his heart but she did break his leg. In the end, he’s the one who came out lucky.
It's a Living — Sometimes making a buck in Vegas takes it all out of a girl, and sometimes it gives a little something back.
Bad Mommies — A young mommy goes to Vegas with her bad mommy friends and forgets most of what happens–but she ends up with a special new friend to remind her.
Any Room Will Do — Take an in-depth tour that’s hot enough to leave you sweating, panting, and needing a shower — a very cold shower.
Trophies — Some guys have all the luck when they win they get to bring home their trophiesÉbut some trophies just can’t go up on a shelf.
Vicky's Secret — When a girl wants to make some memories that last by celebrating her birthday in Vegas, be alert and keep an eye on your pants. Or not.
Voodoo — There’s more to tradeshows than business when the magic mix of a heavy house beat and a lot of pent up heat come together again and again.
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