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Sidelined by an injury, football star Jax Temple is gearing up for the new season. He’s already lost the one thing that matters the most—his ex-wife. Post-rehab he can’t afford to lose his career too. The last thing he expects is a second chance at more than sports. Leaving her affluent family behind, Lily Wentworth embraces a new beginning in Las Vegas. Free of her father’s manipulations, the joy of teaching young children is almost enough to mask the heartache of losing her soul mate. Almost. Thrown together by fate, could overcoming the past be their last chance at love?
Will amateur sleuth Betty Chance finally host a trouble-free gambling junket to the sparkling metropolis of Las Vegas? Mischief, intrigue, and murder follow Betty and her gaggle of quirky friends to Sin City. Riding along on the bus with Take A Chance Tour is legendary gambler Max Nichols, two-time winner of mega progressive slot jackpots. A 'little voice inside him' has predicted he'll win his final and largest jackpot ever-thirty-one million dollars when he plays on the Strip. Everyone from paparazzi, gold diggers, hangers-on, and criminals, who'd love to grab Max's potential fortune, gather around. Vegas by Chance is the fourth book in the Betty Chance Mystery series. Others include Murder by Chance (Book #1, is set in Northern Minnesota), Killed by Chance (Book #2, is set in Gulfport/Biloxi, Mississippi) and Dead by Chance (Book #3 is set in Deadwood, South Dakota.) Recipes are included in all of the Betty Chance books. Pat Dennis is the award-winning author of Hotdish To Die For, a collection of six short stories where the weapon of choice is hotdish (18 recipes included). Her Betty Chance Mystery series include the novels: Murder by Chance, Killed by Chance, Dead by Chance and Vegas by Chance. Pat's memoir Fat Old Woman in Las Vegas (Gambling, Dieting and Wicked Fun) reached #1 on Amazon's Travel Memoir for Kindle. Her humor and fiction have appeared in Anne Frasier's Deadly Treats; The Silence of the Loons; Resort to Murder; Fifteen tales of Murder, Mayhem and Malice from the Land of Minnesota Nice; Once Upon a Crime Anthology; Writes of Spring; Cooked To Death: Tales of Crime and Cookery; Mood Change and other stories, St Paul Pioneer Press, Minnesota Monthly and Woman's World. Pat performed as a stand-up comedian with over 1,000 performances at comedy clubs, Fortune 500 companies, Women's Expos, and special events.
Imagine you opened a diary and found your own thoughts written there on the pages. What would you do? Close it in embarrassment? Read each page avidly, excited that someone finally understands? Anya Allen, London Fox, and Meschell Anderson are surprised by how complicated life has become now that they are in high school. Anya’s the daughter of an overprotective preacher, London has no clue who her father is, and Meschell is constantly disturbed by all of the noise in her neighborhood-including her parents, who argue a lot. Despite their different circumstances and the drama that surrounds each one of them, the three soon become inseparable companions. After all, they know what it’s like to outgrow their childhood friends and they know how much it hurts too. Join Anya, London, and Meschell on a journey to find deeper meaning in life, as they explore how their faith in Jesus can ease the pain of the transition they are experiencing from girlhood into maturity. One Chance to Live Young: The First Colorfully Candid Diary is the charming exploration of the drama and tension teenagers experience through the diaries of three vivacious teenage girls, growing up in urban Las Vegas.
With an unparalleled scene with nightlife that goes until dawn, the world's best chefs competing to outdo each other, and a bevy of once-in-a-lifetime experiences, today's Sin City is all about excitement. Today's savvy travelers rely on NIGHT+DAY Las Vegas -- with its opinionated listings, insightful descriptions, and witty, intelligent writing -- to get the sophisticated edge in travel. From the trendiest tables, hippest hotels, top shops and galleries to the hottest nightspots and coolest attractions, NIGHT+DAY Las Vegas is packed with expert recommendations and insider tips. For discerning travelers, it's the details that make the difference. Night+Day signature sections include the "99 Best" of the city, three unique "Perfect Plan" itineraries, a "Cheat Sheet" of city essentials, a quick and concise "Black Book" index, maps, and more.
What images come to mind when you think of Las Vegas? Mobsters and showgirls, magicians and tigers, multimillion-dollar poker games and prizefights; towering signboards that light up the night in front of ever more spectacular casino hotels. But real people live here, too--over a million today, two million tomorrow. Greater Las Vegas has long been the fastest growing metropolitan area in America. And almost every aspect of its citizens' lives is influenced by the almighty power of the gambling industry. A team of fifteen reporters led by David Littlejohn, together with prize winning photo-journalist Eric Gran, studied the "real" Las Vegas--the city beyond the Strip and Downtown--for the better part of a year. They talked to teenagers (whose suicide and dropout rates frighten parents), senior citizens (many of whom spend their days playing bingo and the slots), Mexican immigrants (who build the new houses and clean the hotels), homeless people and angry blacks, as well as local police, active Christians, city officials, and prostitutes. They looked into the local churches, the powerful labor unions, pawn shops, the real estate boom, defiant ranchers to the north, and dire predictions that the city is about to run out of water. Proud Las Vegans claim that theirs is just a friendly southwestern boomtown--"the finest community I have ever lived in," says Bishop Daniel Walsh, who comes from San Francisco. But their picture of Las Vegas as a vibrant, civic-minded metropolis conflicts with evidence of transiency, rootlessness, political impotence, and social dysfunction. In this close-up investigation of the real lives being led in America's most tourist-jammed, gambling-driven city, readers will discover a Las Vegas very different from the one they may have seen or imagined.

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