The Undead Next Door (Love at Stake #4)
Three signs that something is very different with your mew man:
1. He sleeps all day . . . which would be annoying except he's so attentive at night.
2. He's attacked by sword-wielding assailants, yet insists he can handle it on his own.
3. He never seems to age.
Heather Westfield has always lived a quiet life, but that all changes when she helps a very handsome, very mysterio...more
Franck Eggelhoffer - Father of the Bride
Of course, now that I've actually read the book, I get...more
I don't get it though, Heather and Jean-Luc were great, one of my favorites couples in the series. He was hot and Heather had this great personality, so different from the rest of the heroines; at the beginning I thought this would become my fave.But then I got a bit bored at the middle. But well, the ending was amazing.
The problem, IMHO, was that the relationship took forever to settle because she kept...more
The Love At Stake series always guarantees a good laugh and a hot, light read.
I look forward to reading the next book in th...more
The Undead Next Door was another solid read in the Love at Stake series. The entire series thus far contains just the right mix of emotional romance, depth of characters, LOL humor, and exciting adventure to keep me turning the pages and eager for more each time I finish a book. This particular novel also had an inspiring theme of conquering your fears right when I needed it the most. The romance is both sweet and sexy, and there is just enough action to keep the reader o...more
For the most part the story was good, though it seems to be part of a trend I've noticed lately. Lots of sexual tension with little payoff. This may sound odd, but when I'm reading a romance novel, I'd usuall...more
Because GR acting strangely, I'll write the entire review, when it get well..
OKAY. Because my GR is well again. Like I promise, I'll write my full review now
If I can compare this book with the previous book, I enjoyed more.
Jean-Luc Echarpe ( when I'm reading this book, I pronounce his name "Jaan Luk", but there are some explanation, that his name is pronounce Jeaa Luu . I know,I can't speak French *LOL*), is a famous designer, and o...more
My only negative comment would be with how they handled the Phineas character, it was worse in the previous book. But it’s like every time they addressed his character it was "the black guy". They refer to everyone else with other characteristics... but with him it’s like "a black guy"
It was like they needed to remind the...more
Jean-Luc was everything I had hoped he would be from his introduction in previous books. Sauve, sophisticated with old fashioned charm. A beautifully written character. His love interest is Heather, a bit timid but trying not to be, history teacher from who knows where Texas. Ok she too is a budding fashion designer. Not one of my favorite heroines in the series I have to ad...more
We met Jean-Luc in the previous book.
This couple have been my favourites so far alongside Angus and Emma. I will say that the storyline that concerns Casamir was a little lacking but the sole focus was on Jean-Luc and Heather. Heather is my favourite Heroine to date, just above Emma.
There was a storyline that came with Jean. An old enemy 'Lui' has been following him for centuries killing off his girlfriends because Jean stopped him from assassinating a k...more
In saying that, this is the story of Jean-Luc and Heather. In the other novels [1-3:], I thought Jean-Luc was an interesting side-character but as a prime chara I wasn't so sure. Thankfully, I was proved wrong. Sparks made him unique and cle...more
While Jean-Luc was a delicious Frenchman and Heather was like the girl next door with a great personality, the book itself was a bit boring. It took me longer than usual to finish the book. It went on too long, and the ending was a bit corny and ridiculous if not predictable. I got the feeling that it would have been b...more
Ms Sparks gives us a plus-size heroine, which Jean-Luc found refreshing. He’s tired of skinny models that are really shallow. I like Heather’s strong will and Jean-Luc was kind to her irritating ex-h...more
Jean-Luc has a vampire enemy who has been trying to kill him for centuries. Jean-Luc...more
And best of all, the story telling is always focused on the two main characters and their point of view rather, unlike another author in the genre who shall remain nameless.
Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my...more
This was the fifth book in this series that I read. I got so bored, I couldn't even bring myself to finish it. I think it is about time for me to find a better series to read.
I read this series when I need a heavy dose of cheezy. The humor in this one was fantastic. I feared after Angus's story that the series was taking a darker turn. (I liked it, but I missed that witty...more
I loved Jean-Luc. He is so funny and sweet and nice and caring and loving and accepting and hot and sexy and french and adorable and cute and bossy and stubborn and egotistical and did i mention sexy?
At most times you'd find me irritated with how hot and cold Heather but i know for a fact that i would be the same in her situation, not knowing yet still wanting. . . well anybody would be hot and cold.
and now im dying to read Ian's story, so excuse me, Im gonna...more
or maybe it was the way he went after heather.
Jean luc is a famous Fashion designer, straight from Paris opening a store in ...Texas? wait! what? you might be asking yourself why Texas...don't worry I was too. well he has to hide out as questions are being raised about his appearance. being vampire doesn't help so he agrees to go underground for 25 ye...more
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"Yes. My dad taught me everything about gun safety. He was an expert." - Heather
"What happened to him?" -Shanna
"He was...shot." -Heather”