Hot messes have a hard time with happily ever after.
Baz Acker and Elijah Prince have it all. They're engaged, and their wedding is guaranteed to be a spectacle no event will ever top. So why are they hunkered down in a quiet corner of the Acker mansion, restless and edgy while they wait out the holidays?
When Baz suggests a road trip with Walter and Kelly to Las Vegas, it sounds like an ideal escape, but it turns out Vegas only amplifies their unease. Elijah can't slough off the self-hating his parents programmed into him, and he worries how that will affect his marriage. Baz, crippled en route because of too much time spent in the car without rest, must face the truth that his wealth and influence can't always counteract the limits his disability will put on his--and Elijah's--life.
With help from their friends, a wily poker player, a take-no-prisoners drag queen, and a smooth-talking casino owner, they face the truth that happiness is a state of mind, not a destination where they book a stay. What happens in Vegas won't stay in Vegas--it will follow them all the way down the aisle.
At first I was reluctant to read this short story with Baz and Elijah because I wanted no more drama for them.
I am glad I did. This is a wonderful New Year's Eve romance that puts all the whipped cream and cherries on their happily ever after.
They struggle through self esteem, chronic pain, and lack of communication issues but they learn how to be a unit.
There are ton of easter eggs in here for Cullian's other series.
It is a great big romantic time.