Series: What Happens in Vegas #13
Published by Entangled: Lovestruck
Publication Date: February 8th 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Disclaimer: I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely mine.
Aspiring writer Kelli Dalton needs a man, and fast. When she’s rear-ended by a sexy-as-sin biker on the way to a Vegas romance readers convention, she sees her chance. If he’ll pose as her fake boyfriend long enough to impress a bestselling author, Kelli has a shot at saving the bookstore for underprivileged kids she runs back home.
Quinn Anderson doesn’t know what to make of the cute little writer who stirs his heart and his libido, but he does know he wants to get better acquainted. And if that means keeping up their sexy ruse all week, he’s game.
Quinn knows girl like Kelli deserves someone with a secure future to help with her store, not a guy struggling to turn a profit on his chopper shop. But if his motorcycle designs win the big Vegas competition, he’ll have enough prize money to fund his dreams…and hers.
I’ve loved all the books in this series that I’ve read and ACCIDENTALLY IN LOVE WITH THE BIKER delivers on the promise of a fun and flirty romance.
Book store owner and aspiring writer Kelli Dalton is in Vegas to attend a romance writer’s convention in a last ditch effort to save her bookstore and her writing career. A collision with biker Quinn Anderson provides her with the solution to her need for a date to the convention and it doesn’t hurt that he looks like the character from her novel.
Quinn walked away from his family’s plans for him to follow his dream to design and build custom bikes. Easygoing and always up for anything, so he agrees to play along for the weekend. What starts out as a fun encounter becomes more and proves that what happens in Vegas can stay in Vegas.
Both Kelli and Quinn are fun characters and I enjoyed their banter, antics and the steamy interludes. There were a few laugh out loud moments with the attendees at the convention as well. But underneath all the lightheartedness, both are struggling to make their dreams succeed and dealing with feelings of insecurity, so they are each other’s support against frenemies and judgmental family members. I’ve got to say with friends and family like these, both Kelli and Quinn did not need any enemies.
The end felt a bit rushed to me, though and I think that the author should have fully explored Quinn’s issues with his family and Kelli’s issues with her friend to round out their story nicely, instead of tying everything up nicely at the end. In spite of that, this was an enjoyable read and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a lighthearted romance.