Launch Time: Naughty Vegas Nights!

Yay -it’s Party Time!!!


I’m super excited about the release of Naughty Vegas Nights  in digital!  Until today, it was only available in the Lucky 7 Bad Boys boxed set (still is, as a matter of fact).  The boxed set hit both the USA Today and the New York Times bestseller lists this week, so I’m even more excited about this release.  I hope readers are, too!  

To celebrate, Sven and the boys have decked the lair out in roulette wheels, poker tables and over there, next to the champagne fountain is a bank of slot machines. It’s Casino Day here today!!! 

vegasHere’s a peek at Naughty Vegas Nights, and a virtual stack of chips for playing to your heart’s content (well, imaginary playing, you know *g*)  

“Aren’t you curious?” Drew asked as Natasha walked away.

“Almost as much as I’d be curious about a car wreck,” she replied over her shoulder.  “Simple morbid fascination with probable doom.  Or at the very least, pain and suffering.”

Drew appreciated her quick mouth.  And the sway of her hips.  This was going to be fun. 

She stopped, the diaphanous fabric of her skirt swirling with the sudden movement.  She glanced back and gave him a look of contemplation.

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Then she turned and took two steps back toward him.  His arms filled with boxes, Drew stood stock still as she took his face in her slender hands and gently pulled his head down.  Stunned, he watched as humor vied with curiosity in her stormy gray eyes. 

She winked and Drew started to laugh.  He’d forgotten that sly, subtle humor of hers.  Tasha presented such a cool, sleek shell, it was easy to mistake her for cold. 

Then she took his mouth and proved she was pure heat.  And his heart stopped. 


Her kiss was an inferno.  A wild storm, a crazy rollercoaster.  Sensation swirled through his mind, his body.  Tasha’s lips were hot, wet and luscious as they softly played over his.  Tempting, teasing, she used her teeth and tongue to keep the kiss on the razor’s edge of passion.  As he teetered there on that precipice, Drew realized he was on the verge of begging.  Willingly begging for her to deepen the kiss.

Mindless of the boxes between them, Drew used one arm to pull her closer.  His tongue delved into the heavenly warmth of her mouth.  She tasted like pure temptation.  Hot, sexy woman in a cool, controlled package.  The challenge of making her lose that control was overwhelming.  

Before he could attempt to rip that control to shreds, she pulled back, drawing in a deep breath through her nose.  Then she offered him a cool, friendly smile, patted his cheek and walked away.

Drew stood there, his mind foggy with longing.  He could only form a single thought…

Who was chasing whom?

 You can check out Naughty Vegas Nights on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo and at some point today, iTunes 🙂  

So tell me, what do you think of Las Vegas? Wild party town?  Fun and games? Or two steps away from the Pit of Despair?  

And I’ll offer three copies to three random people who can tell me which of my Blaze books Naughty Vegas Nights is connected to (hint, its on my website

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  • Jane says:

    Congrats on the new release, Tawny. The book is connected to Double Dare and Does She Dare?. I love Vegas. It’s a lot of fun and I had a great time walking down the Strip. Besides partying we also went shopping at Nellis Air Force Base.

    • Tawny Weber says:

      Hi Jane 😀 Congrats on catching the rooster! Watch him, he’s big on gambling and not particular about whose money he uses *g*

      Vegas is so fun! I lived a couple of blocks from Nellis for awhile- my roommate was in the air force 🙂 The strip is a show in and of itself, and it just keeps getting better.

      Not gonna comment on the book titles cuz I don’t want to give away right or wrong 😀 but thanks for responding 😉

  • Amy Conley says:

    Vegad is a BLAST! And you don’t even have to gamble. So much is beautiful and free there. And you drive 2 hours away and you will hit the highest point in Nevada, Mt Chatlestown. Drive a little further west and you hit death valley. Another direction will take you to California annd the Josha Tree. Drive in a different direction you’ll hit Route 66 and head over to the south rim of the Grrand Canyon. Another direction takes you to this fantastic park(I can’t remember) and ove to the north rim of the Grand Canyon. All sorts of fun things to do.
    And the books are Double Dare and Does She Dare.

    • Tawny Weber says:

      Amy, you’ve spent a lot of time in Vegas LOL. I lived there off and on from the eighties to 90, and my parents are still there. My oldest was born there, too *g* Its definitely everything you say! Never a dull moment or a lack of something to do or see 😀

      Is the park you’re thinking of Red Rock? We’ve gone to concerts out there, it’s amazing!

      • Amy Conley says:

        Yes Tawny, we have been 4 times I think. My husband is a country boy through and through, but he’d move to Vegas in a heartbeat.LOL
        We go to Red Rock everytime we go, but the park I’m trying to remember is actually in Utah and it isn’t Bryce, It is as amazing as the Grand Canyon though.

  • flchen1 says:

    Woohoo, Tawny!!! It’s PARTY time!!! Congrats on Lucky 7 and on the independent release of Naughty Vegas Nights! Yippee!!

  • Mary Preston says:

    Congratulations on your launch – I do love a party.

    The books are DOUBLE DARE and DOES SHE DARE?

  • Helen says:

    Woohoo Tawny I am so excited for you this is an awesome story I loved it way to go

    I have never been to Vegas but I know people who have and they loved it I actually work in a club which is very much like a casino so I see slot machines all the time

    Happy release day

    Have fun

    • Tawny Weber says:

      Helen, you are so sweet 🙂 Big hugs and thanks

      Thats so cool that you work in a place with slots. Do you drop a lot of change in them? I’m so NOT a gambler, in all the years I’ve lived in or visited Vegas, the most gambling I’ve done is putting my change in the slot machine on my way out of the grocery store LOL

      • Helen says:

        No Tawny I am not a gambler either I see what they do to people and stay away from them and besides we are not allowed to play them while working 🙂

        Have Fun

  • Anna Sugden says:

    WOOOHOOOO!! So much to celebrate NY Times bestseller, USA Today bestseller and all-round fabulous writer! And another new book to enjoy!

    Vegas was fun to visit … once … we had a lovely time, stayed in the Bellagio, overlooking the fountains, ate at great restaurants and bought some fab shoes *G*. But we don’t gamble, so the rest kind of washed over us. Not too bothered about ever going back.

    • Tawny Weber says:

      Big hugs and thanks Anna 😀 I think you’re biased –and I’m grateful that you are *g*

      The Bellagio is so stunning. I love the fountains! I could watch those for hours. There really is a ton to do besides gambling in Vegas, but I think it often depends on when in their promotion cycle you visit that it’s apparent. For awhile they rode the “What happens in Vegas” train and really pushed the naughty, gambling side. But years back they were all about it being a family place to visit and built a lot of amusement rides and did events for families 😀 I can’t say I miss living there, but it’s definitely fun to visit at least once.

  • Laney4 says:

    The only time I was in Vegas was when I was 17 years old, travelling with my 57- and 59-year-old parents, and an older man and his mother. BOR-ING! We drove to Hollywood and Vine and didn’t see any movie stars (this was back in 1976 when you were told there were movie stars there ALL the time). We DID go to the Desert Inn at midnight to see Foster Brooks and Juliet Prowse perform. Our $10 admission included a drink, so I had a Tom Collins. We also went to the slot machines, where I enjoyed the one-armed bandit. I guess having older people with you can help when the legal age is 21….

    • Tawny Weber says:

      ROFL Laney – well at least you got to gamble your one time in Vegas 😀 And to see a show, that had to be fun.

      • Laney4 says:

        The show was awesome, Tawny. Foster Brooks was in his heyday pretending to be drunk, and Juliet’s legs went up to her ying yang, LOL!
        Because we got there late and had a large group, they sat us at a huge table at the end of the runway (which would be reserved for someone special, but who hadn’t shown up, I gather). We couldn’t have had any better seat in the house.
        The only other show we could have seen was Redd Foxx. He was performing at 2 am, but was just too ribald for us (now THERE’S a word you don’t hear/read every day, LOL!).

  • catslady says:

    Double Dare and Does She Dare 🙂 I’ve been to Vegas a couple of times but a long time ago. I love casinos and the atmosphere. They built one in our home town so every now and then my friend and I make a day or night of it. But Vegas is still Vegas lol.

    • Tawny Weber says:

      Yep, Vegas is one of a kind 🙂 I’ve been to Reno a few times, but it’s just not the same. That sounds so fun for you and your friend, though 😀

  • Hey Tawny!

    Love the excerpt!! Very HOT, girlfriend!!

    I’m taking my chips and a Long Island Iced Tea over to the Blackjack table, where that very hunky dealer looks like Jeffrey Dean Morgan is holding court!!

    As fascinating all the slot machines and poker tables are, how great the shows can be…I went once with hubby. We’ve crossed it off our to-do list of life. Too noisy, too smokey, and it was sad to watch family members throw away thousands of dollars in one evening…just sayin.

    • Tawny Weber says:

      Good luck at the blackjack table, Suz 😀

      and OMG yes, I just don’t understand the gambling that some people do -not when it costs them rent and grocery money!!! Upside, the casinos are now smoke free 😀

  • sandyg265 says:

    I’ve been to Vegas once. It’s not my idea of a fun place. I prefer the country and small towns.

    Double Dare and Does She Dare?

  • Cassondra says:

    Hi Tawny!

    Huge congrats on your latest!

    I admit that I have never had any desire to go to Vegas. And I mean NONE. I don’t gamble (can’t–I’d be an addict) so have never thought of Vegas as fun, since it’s a city sticking up in the middle of the desert. Maybe I need to let somebody change my mind. *grin*

    • Tawny Weber says:

      HI Cassondra and thank you so much!!!!

      LOL I hear you on the addiction possibilities. I don’t gamble because I just don’t get it, but there are plenty of things I avoid as a rule because they call to me too loudly.

      LOL Well, it IS a city in the middle of the dessert, but there is a ton around that is gorgeous. Red Rock Canyon is gorgeous, if you like shopping Vegas is one of the best cities in the country to hit the stores at. There are shows, events, and so many great things to see.

  • bn100 says:

    It can be fun

    Double Dare and Does She Dare

  • Tawny, so excited that you’re now a New York Times as well as USA Today bestseller! Love your books so not at all surprised the rest of the world has caught on to how great they are. Congratulations! Can’t wait to read Naughty Vegas Nights!

    Oh, dear, it’s only 5:15am down here where I am, a little early for a margarita. Perhaps I’d better have a couple of mimosas and then do some writing. Or perhaps have a nap…

    • Tawny Weber says:

      Anna!!! Thank you so much 😀 that really means a lot to me.

      Oh my, it is a wee bit early for booze, isn’t it 😀 I do love your nap plan, though. I might have nap envy *g* Mmm, Mimosas, what a way to start the day!!!

      Happy Writing!

  • bn100 says:

    Happy release! It can be fun.

    Double Dare and Does She Dare?

  • Jodie Bivins says:

    Congrats on your release!!!!! Look forward to reading your book. Vegas is fun but haven’t been in many years hope to go again one day

    • Tawny Weber says:

      Thanks, Jodie 😀 I hope you enjoy it!!!

      Vegas can be a great time, especially in limited doses LOL. I hope you get to go again sometime soon 🙂

  • pjpuppymom says:

    Congrats, Tawny for both the new release and hitting the lists. That’s awesome!

    I’ve only been to Vegas once for a business conference in the late 80’s. The days were spent in meetings and at trade shows but we managed to get out and see some good shows in the evenings. I don’t know that I’d want to go back but I did have fun while I was there. 🙂

  • Late to the party, but as always the party is still going strong in the Lair !! I just want to know who started the game of strip roulette with the cabana boys before I got here?!

    CONGRATS Tawny for all of your success with these stories – including Double Dare and Does She Dare !

    I really want to take my Mom to Vegas. Yes, my 78 year old Mom! She has gambled in New Orleans, Gulfport/Biloxi, Memphis, and Atlantic City, but never Vegas. I think she’d have a ball. Of course her idea of gambling is taking 40 bucks and when it is gone it is gone! She always manages to win enough to keep playing without losing more than 40 and sometimes she does really well.

    They have opened a really nice hotel and gambling complex here in Wetumpka and Mom comes down from time to time to try it out. The new facility is really elegant and loads of fun.

  • Marcy Shuler says:

    I’ve never been to Vegas, but I’d love to go if only to see the lights. LOL Congrats on the new release, Tawny, and the box set making it to the bestseller lists!


  • Kim says:

    I’ve never been to Vegas, but it looks like a lot of fun. I have been to Atlantic City, but there’s something special about Las Vegas.

    And the books are Double Dare and Does She Dare.