A Bite to Remember (Argeneau #5)
Rule #2: Never kiss a vampire...it can be a pain in the neck.
Once bitten, twice shy - and sexy PI Jackie Morrisey *so* wasn't going there again with a vampire. Vincent Argeneau might be the hottest guy she'd ever met, living or dead, but she'd been hired to stop a killer from turning...more
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Still, I'll be the first one to admit that I find them a fun way to pass the time, and A Bite to Remember is no exception.
It's got a halfway decent mystery and a cute romance (although I did get a bit bored with the love scenes and had to start skimming).
I'd recommend it for the beach, but not for a book club. Well, unless it's ...more
This book centered around Vincent Argeneau whom we were introduced to in the last book. He is an actor and heads his own production company to oversee all his plays. When one too many accidents happen that force him to close down play after play - he realizes these might not be accidents after all. He contacts his cousin Bastien who sends out the P.I. his company uses on a regular basis. (I assume Vampires need P.I.'s more often than us normies - so I ...more
A Bite to Remember is the fifth installment in the Argeneau series. The Argeneau's are turning out to be very interesting and fun!
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. The other books I've read by her are still great but I find they are a bit simple and straightforward. But she does have a interesting twist on the creation of vampires that hearkens back to the tim ...more
Wow, I really hate to give a book of Sands a bad review and maybe it should get one and a half stars for the quick story at the end but this was bad, and I don't understand the 5 star reviews.
1. The Private Investigator is incompetent. (view spoiler)[She never goes over the background of all the employes that she meets. Doesn't even ask about the closest ones to Vincent. Does put safeguards into place aft ...more
I believe I've already stated in one review before that I don't read much erotica in general. It's not much my genre type. I don't have anything against it... I just have never been a huge fan, with the exception of The Black Dagger Brotherhood series ...more
Even though I feel this book was better than the last one, I did not get the same feeling I was expecting from this series.
There was an ok connection between Jackie and Vincent, which was completely lacking in the last book, it just wasn't anything special. I still like Margarite. Tiny was a cute character too (please tell me that's not who Margarite will end up with!).
The plot development felt like it was just going around in circles, nothing ever really happening! And I missed the hu ...more
Most people unfamiliar with the paranormal genre would most likely assume that vampires and humor ...more
I was a little worried, truthfully, that four years away from the world she'd created would dampen my enthusiasm for ...more
Vincent is a happy-go-lucky vampire but deep inside he is losing everything, the love of li ...more
The bestselling author of "A Quick Bite" continues her popular vampire series. Sexy private eye Jackie Morrisey admits Vincent Argeneau is the hottest guy she's ever met--dead or alive--but she's supposed to protect him from a killer, not fall in love with him
LS stepped outside of her nucleus of the Argenteau family has introduced a whole new cast of characters and I for one find them more entertaini ...more
I didn't really like Vincent in but he grew on me throughout the book and by the end I wanted to claim him for myself. But alas Jackie is his life mate and they perfect for each other. Yes it was slow to start but probably a third of the way through I was hooked. I thought I new who the bad guy was pretty much from the beginning but was pleasantly surprised to find out I was wrong. (view spoiler)[ Although I thought that Vincent should have told Ja ...more
Y es que ¿quien no ama a un vampiro que se dedica al teatro? Vincent, ademas de actor, tiene un problema genético que le impide alimentarse de la sangre embolsada. Sin embargo, su vida da un vuelco cuando empiezan a chantajearle y tiene que dejar su seguridad en manos de Jackie, una intrépida investigadora y su ayudante Tiny. Lo que Vincent no se esperaba es que Jackie fuese también, la mujer destinada a guardar su corazón.
Este libro es maravilloso y nos enseña pr ...more
I feel the need to explain my 3-star rating on this one, though.
I really liked this book. I can see why everyone says it's so "pivotal" for the series, because it introduces a slew of characters that are in future books and are especially important in one of my personal favorites of the series: Vampire, Interrupted. Which ...more
Someone is sabotaging Vincent's plays and to his rescue comes a female PI, sexy, mortal, and with a bit of grudge against immortals. Then his aunt shows up too afraid that he is lonely and depressed.
Shall I state my do not worry OCD peeps message again, ok. I read book 1 and now I read this one. Were there books in between yes, Vincent's aunt mentioned that his cousins had found life mates but that was it. And the nano thing was explained again and some other things. This book w ...more
We met Vincent, an actor immortal with a problem drinking blood from a bag, in Tall, Dark, and Hungry. This is his story.
Someone is trying to destroy Vincent's career, his empire that he built himself, and possibly try to kill him. After the saboteur forces him to all but shut down production of all his plays, he decides he needs help, because he doesn't know o ...more
Jackie Morrisey runs the Private Eye business she inherited from her father – one that specialises in work for vampires, or immortals as they prefer to be known. She hates them, due to an unfortunate affair in her youth, but when Vincent Argeneau hires her she can’t say no. His theatre and film business is being targeted by a vicious sabot ...more