Electrified by Rachel Blaufeld



Everyone knows her as Sienna Flower.
Her curves and long lashes tease and taunt from her very own billboard where the desert meets the Las Vegas Strip. She’s the hottest stripper in town, known for her sultry and indecent moves coupled with her virginal eyes.
She’s a heady and unique combination, and a mystery to all who come to see her.
Sienna captivates crowds nightly at the Electric Tunnel, leaving them wanting to know more about the sensual enigma. But no one ever sees beyond the heavily guarded stripper onstage. She is Sienna Flower 24/7.
No one other than her closest friend and boss, Asher Peterson, who helped turn a young and frightened girl into who Sienna is today. Together they created the sexual illusion known as Sienna Flower. They will go to any lengths to protect her image, which is why Sienna is convinced she must remain unattached and alone.
Like everyone else in Vegas, Sienna is hiding something and playing a role. A good girl in her former life, she was raised to be obedient and accepting of her fate, but there are some circumstances no one should be expected to accept. She escaped to a world light years away from the one she was subjected to…the Electric Tunnel.
Now she can never be anything other than Sienna Flower. Not only would she be hurt, but everyone around her would suffer the consequences.
That is, until she meets private detective Carson Graham, the dark and mysterious ex-FBI agent who watches her dance every weekend. With his dark hair and chocolate-brown eyes, Carson begins to heat Sienna’s heart and body, melting away the layers and secrets. Sienna doesn’t want to get attached to Carson, but when another man surfaces and starts hunting her down, bringing out the scars of her old life, she can’t help but seek comfort in Carson’s protection.
With everyone trading on the secrets of her past, Sienna finds herself caught in an awful web of lies. Her ultimate fear is hurting her friends at the Tunnel, but she doesn’t know who to trust. Namely, Carson. Is he good? Or bad? Does she have the luxury of finding out?




What an amazing book. When I first started reading all i could think was “A stripper? This is going to be interesting.” It really was, but not in the way i thought it would be. I love that the main charachter is super innocent, has no idea how to be with a man intimately, but is super sexy and alluring when shes on-stage. Shes not confident but owns the hell out of it and is the best at what she does. And Carson. Holy book boyfriend alert. I told my husband if we werent married i would be on a plane to Vegas right now so i could find me one of him. You fall in love instantly with him. Well, mybe not instantly, he comes off as a creeper. Just sitting there watching her and then leaving when she is done dancing. But oh man. I am in love. The best part, the mystery element. I love me a good mystery novel, and this was enough romance and mystery all at the same time to keep anyone satisfied. And all of the little clues Rachel throws in the mix, you so know she is the missing person he is looking for. 
If i had to pick out the things i didnt like about it, the vague description of the mystery religion she comes from. Is it Mormon, is it Amish? You never find that out. I think that was one of my biggest questions in the end. I wanted so badly to know, but you nrver find out. And i get it if she wasnt looking to make some religion out to be super horrible. I mean nowadays its so easy to offend someone. There was also ONE error in the book that threw me off a bit. Instead if Sienna, it said Sierra. As a fast reader, I almost missed it but then was like…wait…did that say Sierra? Did I miss something? But other than that, no complaints.
Definately a 5 star read, and i am soooo looking forward to reading the next book in the series. I would totally reccoment this to anyone who is a romance lover or a mystery lover.


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