The Rogue Hunter (Argeneau #10) (Argeneau #10)
An Immortal Who Protects The World From Renegade Vampires
Samantha Willan is a workaholic lawyer. She's grateful for some rest and relaxation in cottage country, and after a recent breakup she wants to stay as far away from romance as possible. Then she meets her irresistible new neighbor. There's something strange and mysterious about his eyes. Is it just her...more
Samantha is a hard-charging young lawyer, burning her way up the ladder, trying to make partner at her prestigious law firm. When her sisters finally guilt her into taking their annual lake vacation, she gives in only to get sucked up into the disappearance of the spoiled daughter of on ...more
One thing you can always expect from Lynsay Sands is a funny and easy read, with just the right amount of romance. This is the first book of the Rogue Hunter series, I expected it to be a lot darker and intense but it has the same tone as the Argeneau series, not like that is a bad thing, I wanted more Rogue vampires and I got nada.
Sam and her sisters are on vacation at the family cottage for two weeks, it’s a great way to catch up and just hang out. Sam has a bit ...more
I guess it bothered me that there was so much talk of threats, but nothing really happened? Not th ...more
What nonsense did I just read? I mean really, what was this supposed to be? What it was was boring and basically a failure as both a PNR and a decent mystery.
Let me start with the fact that all of the characters are paper thin—no significant history, no real emotional depth, no obvious beliefs or thoughts outside of the immediate. In fact, for most of the book the side characters just went off by themselves and left the H & h alone. So, why bother with them?
There was also almost no world- ...more
Decker's neighbours are three sisters enjoying a two-week vacation: Alex, a chef, Sam, a lawyer, and Jo, a uni student. When Mortimer realises that Sam is his life mate, he's disap ...more
Hot on the heels of her series featuring the Argeneaus, "New York Times"-bestselling author Sands begins a new series focusing on the Rogue Hunters--immortals associated with the Argeneaus who work for The Council and hunt vampires who have broken their laws
My first thought is that the blurb is terrible and needs to be rewritten as it does not sell the book at all. My second thought is : this is soooo cool I know all the geography in this story e ...more
The sex scenes didn't trip my trigger in this one either. Maybe I am ...more
Fun to see a lawyer heroine and when she made the comment that kissing is not allowed in Malaysia , she's partially right.
Couples are not allowed to show public affections like kissing and HAND HOLDING or risked getting arrested.
Furthermore under the Penal Code oral sex is categorized under UNNATURAL SEX together with beastiality. Yep Malaysia is SUCH a fun country.
Did you know Ultraman comic in Malay language is banned because Allah means God and non- ...more
The Rogue Hunter by Lynsay Sands is full of romance and suspense with her trademark mayhem and humour. In it, an immortal, whilst on a mission to protect the world from rogue vampires unexpectedly finds his life mate, a human who is a committed career woman. The book is number 10 in the author’s Argeneau Vampire series.
Lynsay Sands portrays vampires as Atlanteans, who need blood to allow the nanos developed by their scientists to heal them and maintain their imm ...more
This one Mo ...more
Granted it's been a while since I've read Love Bites but Sands' writing style seems competely different in The Rogue Hunter; not as straight forward and almost completely devoid of any humour (though I fear it wasn't for lack of trying). I will pay her the scene where Mortimer reveals his secret to Sam however, that was entertaining.
Just a few probl ...more
The Rogue Hunter is a typical Sands novel and an ...more
Mortimer has been alive for 800 years and in that time has come to imagine his ideal life mate as a type of Jessica Rabbit individual... not this flat, clumsy lawyer that he find he can't read. He's supposed to be hunting down a possible rogue, not finding a less than ideal life mate. But as he gets ...more
I have enjoyed reading this book, but for some reason I did not like Sam very much. I liked the fact that she was a strong, independent and no nonsense female character. But for some reason I just could not get to like her, I do not know what it was. I have been reading this book on and off for some time, it’s not that the book is bad on the contrary, I love Lynsay Sands books. But for some reason, Sam’s ...more
Title: The Rogue Hunter
Series: Argeneau #10
Author: Lynsay Sands
“Bare," came her answer in a squeak.
"Yes, we'd both have to be bare," he said with a laugh.
"Not bare naked," she gasped. "Bear bear. Furry bear. Bear!"
Once again a great, easy to read romance. One thing I was dissapouinted in was the lack of rogues. With this being the first of the Rogue Hunter series I guess I was just expecting to come across more rogue vampires than we did. However other than that ...more
Samantha Willan and her two sisters are vacationing in a neighboring cottage. Sam is the usual Sands' heroine, plucky and sassy and strong, though a recent breakup with ...more
Beyond that, I still have a hard time with this vampire series. The who ...more
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"No, I'm cooking. If you want to be helpful, you can bring me my wine. I poured us both a glass." (Mortimer)
"No," he insisted, pushing her toward the door. "In you go. I'm the man. I get to barbecue while you stand around and look cute.”
"Yes, we'd both have to be bare," he said with a laugh. "Not bare naked," she gasped. "Bear bear. Furry bear. Bear!"
-Mortimer and Sam”