Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Happy Release Day....SLEEPLESS IN LAS VEGAS by Colleen Collins @tastybooktours #giveaway

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After nearly destroying each other’s careers, PI-intern Val LeRoy and seasoned Las Vegas P.I. Drake Morgan are forced to work together.  If each had their way, they’d walk, but when threatened by a dangerous criminal who jeopardizes their lives and families, they put aside their differences to solve the case.  As the hunt for the truth intensifies and their passion rivals the triple-digit temperature, Val and Drake learn why Las Vegas is the city that never sleeps….
 
 
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Colleen Collins is an award-winning author who has written several dozen novels for Harlequin and Dorchester, as well as three indie nonfiction books on private investigations and one indie mystery, The Zen Man. When not sleuthing, Colleen loves spending time with her husband, the two of them watching one of their favorite sports teams, taking walks with their two Rottweilers (named Jack Nicholson and Aretha Franklin) and herding their three cats.
 
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16 comments:

denise smith said...

i have never really thought of being a P.I. but i wouldnt mind it. it really sounds interesting to be a P.I.

Gram said...

I don't think I have ever read a book with Las Vegas as the city. Most mysteries are set on either coast, or New Orleans.

Theresa said...

No, I think the work of a P.I. would be risky.

Karen J said...

No that's definitely not something Ive ever wanted to be. Plus, Id be really really bad at it! Im always the last to figure out a mystery! ;)

Brandi Brennan said...

I actually have never wanted to be a P.I. However, I absolutely admire their tenacity and drive to "get the job done".

Sharlene said...

Funny, I have no desire to be a PI! I prefer safe careers.

Quilt Lady said...

I can't say I have ever wanted to be a PI and have never thought much about it. Could be kind of fun though. Entering under the name of Virginia.

Renald said...

No, never a PI, late hours and cold coffee. No thank you.Deb P

Colleen Collins said...

Deb, you're right about the late hours (although I always made sure I had hot coffee).

After 10 years being a P.I., I'm pretty much retired (although I do an occasional case for a favorite client). Don't miss the odd hours, and definitely don't miss conducting long surveillances. I did enjoy the different cases, though.

Thanks everyone for participating in my release day for Sleepless in Las Vegas!

Anonymous said...

I don't think I would be very good at it.


Carolyn Valdez

bn100 said...

nope

CeeCee Lawson said...

Aren't all of us women P.I.'s already? I think it would be thrilling!

Sandy said...

It might be interesting work but I don't think I am cut out for --spying..lol

Di said...

I think I'd rather read about it

Amanda Sakovitz (mandy83) said...

I haven't but it seems like a cool job

Thomas Murphy said...

I would love to be a P.I.

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