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Hot in the City - Sin City By Lacey Alexander From the author who brought you the blazingly hot French Quarter comes the sequel, Sin City. Diana Marsh is trying to change her wicked ways and be the good girl her family has always wished for. But when a business trip takes her to Las Vegas and straight into the arms of Marc Davenport, a man she's been flirting with via e-maHot in the City - Sin City By Lacey Alexander From the author who brought you the blazingly hot French Quarter comes the sequel, Sin City. Diana Marsh is trying to change her wicked ways and be the good girl her family has always wished for. But when a business trip takes her to Las Vegas and straight into the arms of Marc Davenport, a man she's been flirting with via e-mail and phone for months, all bets are off. The city's aura of sin lures Diana immediately-she decides to seize her last chance to let all her inhibitions go, and Marc is just the sexy man to do it with. Note: Sin City features scenes of multiple-partner group sex, female/female sexual situations, voyeurism and light bondage-definitely not for the faint of heart...

Title : Sin City
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ISBN : 9781419951695
Format Type : Trade Paperback
Number of Pages : 272 Pages
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Sin City Reviews

  • UniquelyMoi ~ BlithelyBookish
    2019-02-16 23:45

    Holy HELLO!!!!!! Sin City is the second book in the Hot in the City and one naughty story!Bad girl Diana Marsh is trying to turn over a new leaf and become the good girl her family wants her to be, but giving up the no holds barred kind of sex life she’s been indulging in isn’t quite as easy as she thought it would be. On a business trip to Las Vegas, her willpower hanging by a thread, she finds herself working up-close-and-personal with Marc Davenport, a man she’s gotten to know verywell (**wink, wink**) online and over the phone. Knowing that “what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas,” Diana decides to give in and have one last hurrah before returning home to a life that isn’t really her own.So, yeah. Words I’d use to describe this story? Hot, sexy, dirty, raunchy, wicked, decadent, burn up the pages sinful… anal, oral, ménage, exhibition… hell, I can’t remember it all so I’ll just say that no animals or children were involved in the sex scenes of this book.

  • Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog)
    2019-02-13 02:29

    The second book in the Hot in the City series by Lacey Alexander gets even hotter! I love this series because it reminds me so much of the classic Erotic Romance. Obviously since it’s an older release, there are some aspects of this book that are quite dated, but that didn’t bother me in the least. Alexander moves this book at a very fast clip and I think if you have any kind of reservations, then it’s better to abort because there are some pretty steamy scenes in this book that might take you by surprise.This book is a little different because it is set in Las Vegas and has a bit of a business theme to it. When Diana has some work to do, her wild ways bubble up to the surface again when she meets Marc. He brings out the wildcat in her, encouraging her in ways that take her to the limit. This book has a lot of sexual exploration featuring everything from ménage a trois, BDSM, and even some girl on girl action. So there’s really a great mix here for heightened impact.Although I didn’t like this book as much as the first, I do think it’s a great read and I definitely read this book too quickly. Luckily for me, there are more books in the series!

  • I ♥ Bookie Nookie (bookienookiereviews.blogspot.com)
    2019-02-13 20:45

    Oh! Good lord! That was pure trash...and trust me, the Lord was certainly not involved :). Might I add that it was spectacularly written trash--LA does dirty very well. Not much to report b/c it is her typical story line. Traveling business woman gets all kinds of freaky with hot kinky man. This one, however, had quite the variety-in 3 nights there was a fantastic array of sexual situations including M/F/M/M, M/F/M, F/M/F. ✳✳ Reviewed on I ♥ Bookie Nookie Reviews___________________________________________________If you like this type of book, you might enjoy one of these groups. Check us out!Menage ReadersErotic EnchantsBookie Nookie's Erotic Lending Group

  • Splage
    2019-01-24 20:33

    Good Porno with a story. The heroine was a bad girl trying to be good. The story had some emotion and very well described sex scenes, nothing too vanilla though. Basically I read it for the sex, enjoyed it for the sex, and gave it 4 Stars for the sex.

  • Holly
    2019-02-02 00:56

    I am a huge fan of Lacey Alexander. She has a knack for writing some of the sexiest, raunchiest erotic stories I have ever come across, and she does it all in a way that is neither over-the-top or uncomfortable to read.This is the second installment in her Hot In The City series (beginning with the equally excellent French Quarter). This time around we have the story of Diana and Marc. They both work for the same company, but on different sides of the country. They begin a phone call and email flirtation that quickly becomes hot and heavy. Soon, Diana is dispatched to help Marc on a work project at his home base in Las Vegas, and when these two characters finally meet face to face, the chemistry is beyond blistering.Alexander not only fills this book with many well done erotic encounters, but actually gives us a plot that makes sense, and doesn't seem forced. Something missing in a LOT of erotic fiction these days.Now, having said all that, I realize this book is not for everyone. It features a wide variety of pairings: M/F, M/M/F/M, M/F/M, F/M/F and a hint of M/M. But, if you enjoy intelligent erotica, and don't mind a bit of kink, then you can't go wrong with Lacey Alexander.

  • Stephanie
    2019-01-25 03:36

    I would love to give this book a 5 star, but that would be based solely on the amount of GRADE A smut found between the front and back cover. As it is, it was a solid 4 to 4.5 star. The story and the characters are likeable. For my smut loving friends...there are threesomes, foursomes (ya it can be done), girl on girl, girl on girl on guy, a little BDSM and to top it all off! An "I Love You" at the end. IMO it is the book for you if you are looking for a little naughty escape.

  • Heather
    2019-02-16 20:41

    Great second book in the Hot in the City series. Steamy. Diana is the younger sister of Liz- who was in French Quarter. Diana has always been a bad girl, lately however she is trying to be good by dating a boring no-sex giving boyfriend just to please her parents. When she goes into work one day, her boss tells her that she immediately needs to go to Vegas to the corporate office of her employer to help out with marketing stuff. She is really excited about this because she will get to see Marc... the man from corporate she has been flirting with over the phone and e-mail. Before she leaves, she calls her boring boyfriend and tells him they need to take "some time apart" so that she can really spend time with Marc. Marc is so excited to finally meet Diana in person! He plans a week filled with excitement for the two of them to explore together. Little does he know, that she is the one that's going to show HIM some excitement! This books contains sexual situations that include m/f/m, m/f/f, voyeurism and light BDSM. Its pretty hot... in fact, if you like menages you will really like this book. The H/H dont really spend much time alone together until the end of this book. IMO- another great book from Lacey Alexander

  • Brandy *Ahviel*
    2019-01-27 02:52

    this was such a HOT book, a great follow up to the first book

  • Under the Covers Book Blog
    2019-02-17 22:53

    The second book in the Hot in the City series by Lacey Alexander gets even hotter! I love this series because it reminds me so much of the classic Erotic Romance. Obviously since it’s an older release, there are some aspects of this book that are quite dated, but that didn’t bother me in the least. Alexander moves this book at a very fast clip and I think if you have any kind of reservations, then it’s better to abort because there are some pretty steamy scenes in this book that might take you by surprise.This book is a little different because it is set in Las Vegas and has a bit of a business theme to it. When Diana has some work to do, her wild ways bubble up to the surface again when she meets Marc. He brings out the wildcat in her, encouraging her in ways that take her to the limit. This book has a lot of sexual exploration featuring everything from ménage a trois, BDSM, and even some girl on girl action. So there’s really a great mix here for heightened impact.Although I didn’t like this book as much as the first, I do think it’s a great read and I definitely read this book too quickly. Luckily for me, there are more books in the series!*Reviewed by Annie❤ ♡ Don't want to miss any of our posts? Subscribe to our blog by email! ♡ ❤

  • Rachel
    2019-01-29 03:28

    I'll start by saying thank you to Ms. Alexander; I won this book in a goodreads giveaway and I am always thankful for the honor of receiving a book, by winning or by gift, as reading is one of my favorite things. However, after reading this gem I have to say I am exceedingly grateful as I had, unfortunately, not heard of this title previously nor was I familiar with Ms. Alexander as an author; an error I will be reading diligently to correct. I started this book right after putting my kids down to bed and could not put it down, with only minor exceptions, until the last page. It is now around 2am and I was too eager to write my review to give into sleep (or after the book, my husband lol!)...it was THAT good! One of my pet-peeves with a lot of adult romance books is they can be written thinking that if the sex scenes are great than the rest is all just filler however in my opinion reading a scene, being pulled into it - taken away with it, requires that you feel immersed in the story's world, in tune with the characters and involved in the relationship. If the background and build up of the character's relationship is not there, if the reasons for the connection is not evident, I find it hard to enjoy even the best sex scene.That all being said, I completely connected with the characters in Sin City. Everything from the build up of their relationship over months of calls and emails, that escalated in their intimacy to Diana's conflicting desire to enjoy her sexuality vs. wanting to be accepted by her parents, to the point of conformity, give a look into the soul of the characters and enabled me to merge with the story as if I was in it - and isn't that the simplest definition of a good-read!The Sin City storyline itself was smooth and believable and surprisingly honest in the progression and parallel character emotion. Last, but certainly not least, the sex scenes in Sin City are AMAZING! It's like a sex buffet giving you a little taste of a variety of sexual sins from menage, ff, bdsm, voyerism and even a teensy tiny bit of mm.This is one of my new favorites and I cannot wait to read more from Ms. Alexander!

  • Karen
    2019-01-22 03:31

    This is a very hot series and gets better every time I read one. I was grabbed right out of the box by the prologue which gave me all the incentive I needed to continue reading. It had one of the hottest phone sex scenes I have ever read and got me interested in both the characters who were involved. The characters were also all written extremely well from the mains to the side ones you get to know something about who they are. The situations depicted were beautifully written and definitely made the temperature rise for me. I loved the setting because I love the place, Las Vegas is my idea of heaven, partly because it was an anything goes place, not so much anymore.Diana Marsh lives in Baltimore and has a great family, though they tend to be a bit controlling. When her sister in New Orleans breaks ranks and decides to go her own way for love, Diana decides that she must give up her bad girl ways and be the good girl her family wants. That is easier said then done since she has been flirting with a co-worker by phone and email for months, and she is very interested in him, even though they will likely never meet.Marc Davenport works in the corporate office in Las Vegas and has been calling on Diana regularly for her help on various problems. He has also been flirting shamelessly with the attractive woman in marketing whose picture he has committed to memory. He knows she has a boyfriend, though she does not seem into him, but he really wants to get to know her better. That chance presents itself when a team member leaves and they need a woman to complete their task, and Adrianna calls in Diana to help them. How good can you be when there is a hot man waiting to do the most delicious things to you, how good would you want to be.Great story with characters who are smart, sexy, and very human. This has BDSM play, mmf play, and mff play. Recommend to all.

  • Lisa ~ Books Are My Drugs ~
    2019-02-13 00:41

    Book 2 of the Hot in the City Series - But can be read as a stand-aloneThere is a bit of a plot but for the most part this book is about Diana Marsh & her seeming desire to be a good girl & how that desire flies right out the window as soon as she arrives in Las Vegas & meets Marc Davenport in person. I've tagged it as cheating because (view spoiler)[at this point she & Marc have engaged in phone sex while she was still in a relationship with her then-boyfriend Bradley. To some that might be semantics, but it was way more than flirting so I'm considering it cheating. (hide spoiler)]So Diana is sent to Las Vegas to work on the catalog for the company she's employed with, Adrianna, Inc. - a lingerie company. She breaks up with Bradley right before she leaves "just in case" she decides to take things further with Marc than she already has. I'm not sure who she thinks she's kidding at this point, I think she already knew she was going to at least have sex with Marc.In less than a week, she manages to have just about every kind of threesome imaginable except for m/m/f & that's borderline questionable with just a little bit of mouth to penis action between Marc & his neighbor. How anyone at this company manages to get any work done with all the sex they're having is beyond me. Even the boss lady, Adrianna is doing the receptionist behind closed doors.

  • C Joy
    2019-02-09 22:31

    This was totally hot but somewhere long the way I felt like I was reading porn. One couldn't argue Ms Lacey Alexander writes the smoking hot sex scenes, but if you're a reader who's looking for some substance, there is little of that here and this reminded me of her novel "Seven nights of Sin" because of the location, and about two coworkers indulging in carnal pleasures. There are a lot of group sex here, a little romance and 100% unadulterated lust. Again, I appreciate the F/F scene and there's mild BDSM here.Though I'm a big fan of this author, the stories I read have the same theme of hedonism and living life to the fullest, exploing one's sexuality, and falling in love past the stage of falling in mutual lust. Yes, most of her novels are steamy and sinfully sexy, but somewhere out there, real people are living this kind of life. I like how the characters behave and get along fabulously in a nonsexual level. They respected each other and aside from the sexual chemistry, their personalities matched as well. With each other they didn't need to pretend, or hide behind a facade of who they're expecte to be. Reading this type of novel is escaping harsh realities. I appreciated this because of little conflict and the happily ever after. I'm reading the next!

  • Colleen (NerdyWoman) Kayter
    2019-02-11 00:52

    The second of three books in Lacey Alexander's Hot in the City trilogy, Sin City is a no-holds-barred ROMP. The conflict and resolution are minimal, the only angst that Marc and Diana experience throughout consists of debates about whether to have sex alone or with various friends.Unlike French Quarter, the first book in the Hot in the City trilogy, Sin City contains scenes of M/F/M/M, M/F/M, and F/M/F menage, as well as some F/F sex. There is also one event of B&D combined with the F/M/F menage and F/F scene. Among erotic romance readers, this book may appeal to a limited audience, but the HEA is heartwarming and assures there is hope for our hedonistic hero and heroine.I didn't enjoy this book as much as I did French Quarter and Key West, but given the number of references in French Quarter to Diana's 'bad girl' ways, I wanted to know her story, too.

  • Dee
    2019-01-25 02:37

    Word Count 68,222The first book I read by Lacey was French Quarter and I absolutely loved it, so of course I was eager to dive into the next installmen. However in this instead of having an adventurous heroine we get one who IMO is just damn right 'slutty'! It seemed like the author was so intent on the multiple partners theme it compromised any plot. The thing I had the most trouble with was how everyone was connected. (view spoiler)[ Doing your work colleague and his two friends on the first get together, next episode, ask the neighbour over, then do your female boss (even though you don't swing that way, huh) next chapter have a fuck feast in the pool with three other work colleagues, that being two males and another female (hide spoiler)] I don't know how the hell these people worked together.So if you are looking for a story with little plot or character development, but alot of multiple partner sex, this one is for you :)

  • Ron
    2019-01-26 23:45

    This is a straight up sexy, erotic, love story from the Vegas strip. If your idea of a hot time is sharing your partner or in the past you lived the wild life but gave it up and always wondered if you should have, then this book is definitely for you. As for myself, I'm not sure I could ever share the one I'm in love with physically with someone else. However, if your open minded and willing to look past that aspect of the book and accept it for what it is, which is a hot, sexy story then you will still enjoy the book. There is plenty of raw sex and a nicely woven love story in this book that should draw in the majority of you looking for some titillation.

  • Anita
    2019-01-22 21:38

    This book is erotica, so if that's not your thing, stop reading.This is the 2nd? book I've read by Lacy Alexander, and I again liked her writing very much. Erotica dialogue can sometimes be corny and often the sex scenes aren't glued together with a good plot, but Ms. Alexander stears clear of both faults. This might not a work of literature, but it is a good contemporary romance with a very kinky and explicit twist. Definatly a fun read. Includes M-F-M, and F-F-M menage, light bondage, Dominance/submission, exihibitionism, voyerism.

  • Paws
    2019-02-11 01:37

    I feel no connection or chemistry between these two characters, maybe because they're too busy sharing with others. Even the menage scenes seemed to be staged instead of a fun coincidence. And after reading Cherise Sinclair, the BDSM scene was just clunky.At the pool scene, all I could think was 'oh for the love of... another group scene?! Where's my HEA?'Everything turns our fine in the end, but it didn't so much give me a good story as just a bunch of erotic scenes.And, that's okay by me too.

  • Mollie *scoutrmom*
    2019-02-12 03:43

    Plenty of great sex scenes loosely strung together with a poor excuse for a plot and shallow characterizations. True sleaze, if that's what one looks for. I don't.

  • Ana Maria
    2019-01-29 21:50

    Definitivamente es del género romántico-porno. Podría servir de guión a películas de Brazzers.Tenemos MMMF, MMF, FFM, aire libre, algo de BDSM, an@l, mucho chupeteo a lo que venga. Están avisadas. Lo bueno: el desarrollo de la historia y la total convicción de que el sexo es para el placer lejos de toda culpa, sean hombres o mujeres. Diana, la prota, ha tenido sexo desde los 15 y ahora, a los 28, es momento de lo más extremo. Y Marc la respeta por ser como es.Me parece recordar haber leído una opinión por aquí de que le pareció chocante o algo así. Es lo que es. Como dije: romántico-pornoLo malo:el desenlace me pareció simplón, apresurado y sin emoción. Bueno, como video porno.Creo que daba para más. Sobre todo porque hay un tema pendiente en romántica con las mujeres hiperactivas sexualmente. No se ven bien y me parece injusto.

  • Kerrysullivan
    2019-02-05 19:28

    This book was reviewed for Musings of a bookworm click here to see the review.This is what the book is about.Diana Marsh is trying to change her wicked ways. She’s even dating a guy everyone agrees is prime husband material—conservative and boring, everything her family could wish for.There’s only one secret vice left to eliminate: Marc Davenport, the super-sexy co-worker she’s been flirting with online. A business trip to Las Vegas is her opportunity to do just that, to sow the last of her wild oats with Marc before retiring behind the white picket fence. And where better than the ultra-erotic playground of Sin City?A new job awaits Marc in France, and a casual fling with Diana is the perfect send-off—together they indulge in every conceivable hot and scintillating fantasy the town has to offer. Even if her resolve to turn off her sensual nature bothers Marc, he reminds himself that their naughty games are only temporary and she’s a determined woman with a plan.However, when the two are ripped apart without warning, all bets are off. To Marc, Diana’s wild side is too beautiful to be contained. Too beautiful, he suddenly realizes, to let him walk away without playing to win.This is what I thought about it.This book was hot and sexy and made me a little scared of Las Vagas.The story was mainly about Diana coming to terms with the fact she is in no way straight laced. There is not a lot I can say about this really as it was a sex-fest plain and simple, all be it a good one. What i will say though is that it was a fun read and I will be looking at more titles in this series.

  • Elena
    2019-02-05 01:32

    What can i say - i love erotica and LAcey Alexander, and i did like this book, but - there is a big BUT ... i guess i am old-fashioned. I felt that the heroine (Diana) was too much of a slut. Harsh - i know :(Unless erotica is paired with loveable characters and some romance - i can't get into it too much. I know the author was trying to make it sound a bit more romantic by throwing in lines that made it seem like the characters were falling in love and would not want to sepparate when the time came, but the characters themselves lacked any kind of depth. How are you to relate to this woman who keeps saying she wants to be a "good girl" (whatever that is) and marry a man whom she does not love nor find attractive (smart!), only to have sex with THREE complete strangers on her first night in Las Vegas. Who does that?! AIDS much?! Then, every single night after that - all the couple thinks about is who they are going to have menages with. In a new relationship, where you just met this "super-hot" guy and you are apparently SOOOO in lust with him, you STILL need a 3rd or 4th person to have sex with?! It's just things like these that didn't really sit well with me> the character (Diana) was annoying to me. I had no issues with the actuall sex scenes > the sex is always hot with LAcey Alexander - I think she depicts steamy scenes better than any other author out there. I guess my problem is that i expect every book i read (no matter what the genre is) to be fully realistic. If there are parts where i say "omg who would do that?!" - then i get put off by the book....

  • Erica
    2019-02-06 01:37

    Holy hotness Batman. I expected this book to be uber-hot after reading French Quarter, but holy SHIT. Sin City is right. If you like books with a lot of menage, you'll love this one. While French Quarter only had the one scene, this one was full of it. You do have to suspend disbelief a little bit at how these two develop such intimacy when almost every encounter they have the week she is there are with other people present, and let's face it, the company is a HR NIGHTMARE with all the fraternization going on (snort, if you want to call it that), but it IS fiction and Marc and Diana have been talking on the phone and emailing for a while before they finally meet in person. I actually liked the BDSM scene and was surprised at how well the f/f scene was written (which you could see coming a mile away) and thought it was really pretty creative with all the places that the author took this couple to in their sexual escapades. Setting is always a big thing with me in books, and this book had it in spades ranging from the warm desert air to the descriptions of the casinos. Very fun, hot book!!!

  • Karen
    2019-02-17 02:41

    First, this chick is a hoe bag slut. I mean seriously, she was there for less than a week and got it on with at least 5 different people. And watched a threesome and went to a sex club. Secondly, this book was so unbelievably unreal. There is no way you could have a bdsm threesome with your female boss and another coworker and not get fired, even if you do work for a lingerie company. And you can't just go around having sex with people from your office, and your pseudo boyfriend's neighbor and friends. Thirdly, why is every man and woman she meets attracted to her? That wouldn't happen. Fourthly, the dialogue and the plot it was all so cheesy and trashy and just not realistic. No way would all those people be willing to have threesomes and foursomes and all this kinky stuff after just meeting, and no way would a guy give up his dream job for a girl he just met. Fifthly, a lady wouldn't just change her mind about what turns her on just because a guy is there.

  • Krista
    2019-01-27 23:41

    It has been a really long time since I have read a romance novel...which is what I thought I was picking up when I got Sin City. Wow! Little did I realize that I was about to get deep into some really awesomely written erotica! This book is SUPER sexy! Alexander does a great job of writing the characters and scenes and I found myself caring about who the folks were and what they were up to more than I would have expected...but the sex was what kept me reading for sure! Super hot scenes of all kinds and they just don't stop. This book is great reading for private time at home...it was too hot for me to read in public without getting really blushy! If you are in to the idea of reading some hot sexy scenes with a fun plot then this book comes highly recommended by me!

  • Lauren
    2019-01-23 01:49

    You gotta love Vegas! This is the best of the series. Diana and Marc are off the charts hot!It it assumed they just have a working relationship in the beginning until she gets that late night phone call that leads to phone sex. Lucky for her she is needed in Vegas to lend a "womans" touch to the new ad campaign of Adriennes. Now she is face to face with the co worker turned late night phone sex partner.One limo ride with two of Marc's friends and Adrienne herself involved with both Marc and Diana makes this book into a M/M/F/M, M/F/F and a little M/M/F.Cheers to this book! 4.5 out of 5 stars

  • Karen111
    2019-02-03 00:44

    DNF @ 10% so no rating. I liked the first book in this series, but found this one harder to get into. As fast paced as the sex was in French Quarters, this one was on steroids in comparison. Every interaction that Diana had (workmates, boss, men in elevators) was sexually charged. Except of course with her boyfriend of a few months, Bradley, who she hadn't even had sex with yet. But don't worry, our girl here ain't no cheater. Phone sex is not cheating, right? And she dumped him just before leaving with work to Vegas, so she's free to play. Sorry, but no. I can't get on board with this woman.

  • Suz
    2019-01-20 19:35

    There is no doubt that Lacey Alexander can write amazing erotica. She does it without things getting all cartoony and silly, which is nice.This is a follow up to the first Hot in the City and the main character in this one is the sister of the main character from the first. I liked the first one a lot better, I liked the location and romance. This one was decent, but it was mostly group sex scenes/orgies and one light BDSM/menage. 'Twas OK. The first one was better. Still, nicely done.

  • Judy Hubbard
    2019-02-05 03:50

    The 2nd book in the series. I liked book #1 (French Quarter) much better. I liked Marc and Diana, but I grew tired of the endless ménage scenes. I wanted more with Diana and Marc one-on-one; there were a few scenes like that, but just not enough for me. There are definitely some scenes that made me say “Eww!”. There are M/F/M/M, BDSM, F/F and M/F/F scenes, but it is an erotic romance so that’s to be expected. I look forward to reading the 3rd in the series and hope for more of a one-on-one relationship between the H&H.

  • Aldy
    2019-01-28 22:57

    El final es sumamente cursi e idiota, el da vueltas sobre su chance de trabajo en París que era lo que deseaba hace tiempo y 50 pags dedicadas a su distancia. A todo esto, ella tenía un novio del cual estaba distanciada y le fue infiel con el prota...3.50/4 más si lo comparo con el 3er libro, sale perdiendo por mucho!También leí el libro 2.5 de la saga, sobre Amy y Cole que aparecen el el 3er libro... mhh... regular.