Vampires Are Forever (Argeneau #8)
The author has lost the romance in ...more
~VAMPIRES ARE FOREVER... ON THE PHONE~
This is another instalment in the Argeneau vampire series with Thomas Argeneau as our hero this time. He's one of the younger immortals (at 200 years old) and when his aunt Marguerite goes missing Thomas is the only one in the family able to go to London and find her. Meeting him at the airport is Inez a corporate type from the family's U.K Company. She's been teame ...more
It's amazing how your perspective can change when re-reading a whole series.
I kind of loved this one when I finished it 1st time. I kind of love it now as well. But I can see the flaws as well and they are bugging me.
What I don't understand is that why the author keeps changing tactics. (view spoiler)[ There are books where she writes that ALL lifemates faints but almost no one does in the first books. Then vampires scream/tra ...more
If your familiar with this series, then you know you don't exactly have to read it in order. They all star a different couple, that is based around the Argeneau family. I always was a fan of Thomas Argeneau from the first joke he cracked. He is the "younger" of the Argeneau family, and isn ...more
I enjoy the characters in these series so much, but the storylines are just so weak. The dialog between Thomas and Inez is witty and entertaining, so why can't their story be the same? The author was trying to weave a "mystery" into what are basically light-hearted vampire romances. Stick to the romance because t ...more
In fact, I liked it and it's series mate enough that I may well go in search of the remainder of the series—very unusual for me and roma ...more
Read as part of the Gotta Have Paranormal Romance With a Kick Group Hunk Alert Challenge
This was a light and fluffy vampire romance. The book was well-written and the characters relatable. It was an easy read, and even a picky writer such as myself didn't spot any technical issues. The basis of this challenge was to read about someone else's BBF (Book Boyfriend), and I understand why Thomas would qualify. He's ...more
Inez Urso notices that her new business associate, Thomas Argeneau, has some interesting traits: an allergy to sunlight, excellent night vision, and not much of an appetite for food. To top it off, he has just tried to bite her neck. A sign of passion? Inez is determined not to mix business with pleasure
Ok, I liked the book, I liked the action in the book. However there were a few things that kinda disappointed me. Firstly, this Thomas ...more
Vampires Are Forever is the HEA of Thomas and Inez. Thomas is one of the Argeneau babes, just over 200 years old. He's sent to Europe to find Aunt Mar ...more
Thomas, her nephew, but raised by her is the only one immediately available to go to England and start the search, the others will come when they can.
Inez Urso, a VP in the English branch of the Argeneau family business is detailed to assist him. Due to Bastien, ...more
Inez' insecurity was tiring. There are countless moments throughout the book when, despite Thomas' obvious interest, Inez harps on her inadequacies. Even mid-makeout session, she's so busy wishing she were a leggy blonde, she tunes out Thomas' roving ...more
Und schon gibt es einen weiteren Leckerbissen in Form von gedruckter Worte aus dem Geiste von Lynsay Sands übersetzt von Ralph Sander. Erinnert Ihr Euch noch an die Review zu "Vampire sind die beste Medizin (Argeneau #9)? Wenn nicht auch nicht weiter tragisch. In (wirklich knapper) Kurzform:
Marguertie Argenau wird vermisst, während sie dank ihrer neuen Arbeit durch Europa reist und Thomas Argenau ist aufgebrochen um seine Tante zu suchen, bzw. ihr zu helfen, sollte sie in Schwierigkeiten stecke
Thomas Argeneauis worried. Neither he or the rest of his family have heard from his Aunt Marguerite for three days, and that is unusual for her. After Thomas' o ...more
I gave this book four stars because it was suspenseful and the characters are interesting. I enjoyed this book especially for the characters, but this book does not really stand on its own. I recommend