For fans of the incredibly talented Eileen Davidson from her long running role as Ashley Abbott on the #1 CBS soap “The Young & The Restless” reading “Diva Las Vegas” is great fun. The scenes at the Playboy mansion are great and so is the mystery. The writing is snappy and the dialogue great. One wonders why she is not writing for her very own soap opera? I loved it as well as all her other books and await the next offering.
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Who knew Eileen had it in her? She is a very good writer and I agree with everyone else who critiqued her books. Being in the soap business definitely helped her build her scenery and construct the dialog for the book. She knows a lot of things we don’t. Easy reading and just darned enjoyable. She’s good and its a pleasure to read her books.
When Alex finds her friend Shana dead body, she works her way into her detective boyfriend’s case and they travel to Las Vegas where they trip the light fantastic as they search for clues. In the meantime, Alex’s ex comes back seeking something that Alex is not willing to give up to him at all. I love the characters and the tome to soap operas. This was an enjoyable and entertaining read that left us in typical soap opera fashion with a cliffhanger. I can’t wait for the next book in this series.