Order audiobook at Audible. Rule 2: Never kiss a vampire. While Vincent was a very light character when he made his appearance in Tall, Dark and Hungry , he turned out to have a less light side when I started writing his story. This upset me at first, but what can you do?
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Order audiobook at Audible. Lissianna has been spending her centuries pining for Mr. Right, not just a quick snack, and this sexy guy she finds in her bed looks like he might be a candidate. Her mother thinks she has the perfect solution, and serves up the therapist on a silver platter or at least a wrought iron bed.
What kind of cold-blooded vampire woman could resist a bite of that? But is it possible for the good doctor find true love with a hemophobic vampire vixen, or will he be just a good meal? Greg might be willing to sink his teeth into… if he can just get Lissianna to bite. Here it is. Who does? But when I started giggling and finally laughing out loud, I realized that I was reading this book without the slightest inkling as to what I was getting into. I bought this book ages ago and just let it sit there, so I had completely forgotten what to expect.
This first book, gives me everything I want in a romance novel plus some. Interesting characters both immortal and mortal alike. The main protagonists have challenges ahead of them that were fun to follow. I am hooked. Smart yet caring vampire meets sexy human psychologist.
The twists and turns kept me turning the pages. I am in love. I cannot wait to read the next book in this series as well as the rest. Overall, I recommend this paranormal romance to all readers.
A premise involving a vampire who faints at the sight of blood has the potential to be either a nightmare of silliness or a fun, quirky read.
Gregory Hewitt is more of the latter. The Argeneau family provides a witty, breezy read for those who like to combine the paranormal with a good bit of fun. Reviewed by All About Romance. I really enjoyed the characters introduced in A Quick Bite. In fact, I am pretty sure I fell head over heals for a few of them. Lissi was a cute character and I think really coming into her own. I love Greg! Poor guy handled everything like a champ even after thinking that he was the birthday present in a whole other way!
He was a fun character and just down right adorable. Reviewed by GeekyBloggersBookBlog. Reviewed by SFCrowsNest. Standing, he caught the receiver in the crook between his shoulder and neck, holding it in place with his chin as he began to clean up his desk in preparation of leaving the office. Sighing inwardly, he shook his head as she continued rattling on, telling him what she had planned for the meal and so on, all in an effort to convince him to attend.
Greg had no doubt that Jackie had meant for it to be herself, her long suffering husband John, and yet another single female friend she hoped to hook up with her still single older brother.
Where are you going? I fly out first thing in the morning for Cancun. He was a typical workaholic; driven to succeed and willing to put the hours in to do so. This vacation was long overdue. Smiling faintly, he pocketed his keys and started down the hall for the bank of elevators that serviced the whole floor. Gregory Hewitt was now officially on vacation and the knowledge made him relax more with every step away from his office.
He was actually whistling softly as he boarded the elevator and turned to push the button marked P3. The whistle died, however, and Greg reached instinctively toward the panel, his eyes searching for the hold button to keep the doors open when he realized a woman was hurrying toward the closing doors. He gave her a curious once over as she moved in front of the panel, idly wondering where the woman had come from. She was not the sort of woman a man forgot in a hurry with her long legs, curvaceous figure and long dark wavy hair.
They were beautiful, but unusual. He now decided they were the result of colored contacts and immediately lost any interest in her. Greg could appreciate a beautiful woman, and had no problem with them making the best of their appearance, but when they moved on to this level of artifice to try to attract attention, he tended to be turned off.
Shrugging her out of his thoughts, he relaxed back against the wall as the elevator began to move. His mind immediately began to fill with his coming trip. Along with the usual lounging on the beach, he hoped to get in some parasailing, snorkeling and maybe go on one of those boat rides where you got to feed the dolphins. Then there was the night life. Greg had looked into it on the web and thought he might like to have dinner on the Cancun Queen, a paddle wheeler that served dinner as it cruised a lagoon.
P3 was lit up; parking level 3. His floor. Nodding politely in the general direction of his companion, he stepped off the elevator and started walking through the large, nearly empty parking garage. Half-naked women still dancing on the periphery of his mind, it took Greg a minute or two to notice the sound of footsteps behind him. He almost glanced over his shoulder to see who it was when it did infiltrate his thoughts, and then let the matter go. The brunette was obviously also parked on this floor.
His gaze moved absently over the open space toward where his car should be, but got caught on one of the supporting beams as he passed. The large black P1 painted on the concrete beam made him slow in confusion. Parking levels 1 and 2 were reserved for visitors to the various offices and businesses in the building.
This is the right floor. There is the car ahead. He strode up to the lone vehicle. His was a dark blue BMW, not this small red sports car.
But as quickly as that thought — with its accompanying alarm -- claimed him, it blew away like fog under the influence of a breeze. Relaxing, Greg set his briefcase inside the trunk, climbed in after it, arranged himself in the small space, then pulled the trunk closed, trapping himself inside.
A Bite to Remember
They all seem to have basically the same sort of plot A Bite to Remember is the fifth installment in the Argeneau series. Honestly, I enjoy Lynsay Sands, but this book is my favorite by far. It has even more action, romance, mystery and suspense than the other books combined. But she does have a interesting twist on the creation of vampires that hearkens back to the What a great book! But she does have a interesting twist on the creation of vampires that hearkens back to the times of Atlantis. Private Investigator, Jackie Morrisey is hired by Vincent Argeneau to help him out with a business problem that has turned critical.
A Quick Bite
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