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Well Hung Over in Vegas

A Standalone Romantic Comedy
Length: 8 hrs and 11 mins
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What happens in Vegas doesn't always stay in Vegas. Especially when you wake up with a naked man in your bed and a ring on your finger.

Some people just can't handle Vegas.

My friend warned me that Vegas can turn the most straightlaced girl into a party-crazed slut. I didn't believe her. I've always been the straightest of the straight.

Boy, was I wrong.

I hate being wrong.

My first morning in Vegas and I wake up in a hotel room with no memory of the night before. Oh, and there's a naked stranger lying next to me who gives a new meaning to the word hungover.

Things go from bad to worse when I find a wedding ring wrapped around my finger. Then things escalate from worse to catastrophic when I find out that the infuriating man who gave it to me is my new boss. When I find out he wants to stay married - all bets are off.

My friend warned me that some people can't handle Vegas.

I should have listened. Because I am definitely one of those people.

Contains mature themes.

©2017 Kimberly Fox (P)2017 Tantor

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  • Christy D
  • 08-02-2018

Well Hung Over In Vegas

This story is super fun! It has some really great elements humor, romance, and a bit of mystery. What more do you need! Some of my favorite scenes were the flashbacks (i am not usually a fan of those), but these were awesome! They gave great insight to what really happened and how it happened! It so reminded me of the Hangover, because they had no idea what happened to them. I honestly can’t think of anything I did not enjoy in the book. Nice job on the narration.

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  • Candice
  • 30-01-2018

Fun and Exciting

This is my first time reading from this author, My first observation of the book is that it was a bit gimmicky. Accidentally marring your boss, ending up in bed with him, and not remembering it. But then I got hooked in the storyline. It was fun and exciting The book had me laughing out loud literally, tears rolling down my face. It’s 11pm, I can’t stop laughing and I know I will wake my husband.

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  • Christina M.
  • 19-12-2017

A fun and sexy Vegas story

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, it was a light hearted story with a great adventure.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Well Hung Over in Vegas?

My favorite part of the story really was when the couple were in the Judge's office for their annulment.

Have you listened to any of Nelson Hobbs and Cassandra Myles ’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No. However the female performer was sometimes robotic sounding.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

A funny and sexy story with a great adventure.

Any additional comments?

I really enjoyed this book. It was funny and sexy with a great story weaved in. I love how the author goes back to show different time periods during their "night" in Vegas that pieces together how exactly they ended up married. The story has a great adventure as they weed through being married to save a company. One thing that I wasn't a fan of was the female voice was sometimes robotic sounding.

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  • Destiny
  • 14-12-2017

So Much Fun!

I loved this book. It seriously had me laughing out loud. Tyler and Dahlia "meet" at a bar and after one shot the "Lucky 7" they have quite an adventure around Vegas. Pineapple chapel, drunken Asian Elvis, sex club, become prophets of a cult, ass tattoos and so much more. I enjoyed slowly learning more about their wild night through other people. The ending is perfect. Highly recommend.

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  • Svetik
  • 08-12-2017

Exciting book

I really enjoyed listening to this book. It is sweet and romantic with a lot of funny moments. It has a few suspense episodes to spice up a story and amazing ways for main characters to get read of their problems. Story has a lot of hot moments that voiced nicely by narrators. And very touching is happy ending. Highly recommend this book for a great relaxation time to listen.

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  • Patricia
  • 07-12-2017

Total entertainment!

Romantic comedy at it's best, Kimberly Fox has written a gem. From the first scene, it caught my attention and made me laugh. Pineapples and cults, greed and free love, this book has a variety of quirky characters and the situations they are found in are just incredibly funny. With that in mind though, this book is far from all fluff. It is a light listen with a serious plot woven into the story. Tyler and Dahlia have had their share of life's disappointments. With each other, will they be able to achieve their goals? The billionaire son marries the hippie daughter, their love is not instant, but there is a lot of chemistry. Through many embarrassing situations, this couple muddles through to find their happily ever after.

Nelson Hobbs and Cassandra Myles narrate this story to perfection Nelson Hobbs has a way of using his voice with such inflections that you can hear the hilarity in one scene and the sadness in the next! This is my first Cassandra Myles narration and I loved her. Her comedic timing and emotional pull were so apparent in her performance, you could feel Dahlia's turmoil and love. The two complimented each other and made for an pleasurable listen.

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  • Dawn McLean
  • 06-12-2017

Hilarious and Steamy

I Loved this audiobook!! I listened to the whole thing in one day. Nelson and Cassandra did an Amazing job!! They had me laughing in public! This was Funny and a little Naughty. I would definitely recommend this to everyone! ;)

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  • being_ericamarie
  • 06-12-2017

I laughed out loud

What happens when you wake up in a hotel room with a random guy and then walk in a meeting to see that same guy. This week I needed to read some humor after reading 2 pretty intense books before starting on the third book and this was a pretty good diversion from my book roller coaster.

There were several moments throughout the book that I really laughed out loud. Who doesn't laugh when a character goes by one name only to find out her actual name is Rainbow Solstice the first and her fathers name is Echo because he heard his voice repeat after him lol. How wrong can you go with pineapples, ball gags, whips, hippy parents, and a night you have no recollection of. As I am writing this I am thinking of how many times I actually laughed but since I do not like giving spoilers, I can say if you want to laugh this may be the book to do it for you.

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  • Darcie
  • 06-12-2017

Chinese Elvis, Hippie parents, prophets??

OMG! This was a LMAO-ROTFL kind of book!! Dahlia is un Vegas for a meeting w the company that just bought the company where she is the CFO. After a crazy drink called Lucky 7...she has no memory of what she did...and she wakes up next to a hunky guy. Can you guess who walks in to the meeting as the new boss? Yep, hunky guy, Tyler, is one of the execs at the new company. As if that wasn’t awkward enough, apparently they had gotten married during that night. Now her new hubby refuses to an annulment unless she helps him convince his father that he’s ready to take over running the company. The ensuing weeks is chocked full of lol moments...Dahlia’s parents are hippies and show up at the party hosted by Tyler’s parents to celebrate the newlyweds. Echo and Essence are a riot!! Just learning how he chose that name is knee-slapping funny 😄. Dahlia & Ty grow close but there are forces working against them. Will they find happiness together or will the small town girl give up on the city boy?
The narration team did an awesome job.
I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased review.

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  • Em Jay Reads
  • 06-12-2017

Many fun "OMG! Did that Really happen?" moments.

Thanks to a lackadaisical bartender, Tyler and Dahlia have a wild night in Las Vegas that includes them getting married. Unfortunately neither of them can recall anything. And it gets even more awkward the following day when they discover that Tyler is Dahlia’s new boss.
This is definitely not a book where the hero holds the power and lauds it over the heroine. Not at all. Dahlia is smart, spunky and determined to carve out a career for herself. She gives as good as she gets, and Tyler’s attempts to control her never work out quite like he imagined.

Add in two quirky sets of parents (his, who hanker after grandchildren, and hers, the epitome of everything hippy) plus the evil cousin out to ruin them and you’ve got a wonderfully entertaining read.

And even though our couple never really knows *everything* that happens on “The Night”, we readers do thanks to the points of view of several characters they encounter along the way. I admire Tyler and Dahlia’s attitude with each discovery they do make because I think I would have been mortified!

This was such a fun book to listen to. It is narrated by Cassandra Myles and Nelson Hobbs who do an excellent job of conveying all emotions. They do a great job with their comedic timing and it was a pleasure to listen to.

I do wish the cover for this book was different. It does nothing to convey what a fun book this is and is easily lost amongst the sea of shirtless men on romance book covers today.

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