Naughty Girl's Guide to Las Vegas

Non-Fiction - Travel
308 Pages
Reviewed on 07/03/2015
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Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite

Naughty Girl's Guide to Las Vegas by Sienna Sinclaire is the ultimate guide to Las Vegas – and how to really enjoy it! Las Vegas is one of the most popular cities in the world and is, perhaps rather aptly, known as Sin City. This is a guide to finding the sin, to finding the naughtiest of places to visit, and the naughtiest of things to do and see. It is a travel guide to making the most out of your visit; a guide to finding the best sex clubs and strip clubs, a guide to having fun. It’s a guide for those who want to experience the real Las Vegas, whether you are travelling there alone or with a partner, or a group of friends. Open the cover and step inside the most comprehensive tour guide you will ever read, the only tour guide that will leave you wanting more.

Naughty Girl's Guide to Las Vegas by Sienna Sinclaire was something of an eye opener and not quite what I was expecting. Yes, it is a guide to the naughtiest places in Las Vegas and it is quite graphic in parts, but it was also full of useful historical information; information about how Las Vegas came about, what it was like in the early days, and how it came to be the place it is today. If you are looking for a definitive guide to the most sensual places to eat, the best sex toy stores, or the best new clubs to visit, then this is the book for you. I found it to be reasonably well written and concise, but I did have a problem with the formatting for the Kindle that made it somewhat difficult to read at times. Other than that, it is worth a read if you are intending to visit Las Vegas and want something more than the usual tourist traps.