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A Bite to Remember by Lynsay Sands
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This is the second of Sands' Argeneau vampire family books I've read, after Single White Vampire, and it takes place a few weeks after the wedding of Kate and Lucern of that book.

Vincent, Lucern's cousin, is over 400 years old and has a long career as a stage actor. Now with his own theatre and production company, he lives in LA and is getting pretty bored with it all. His aunt Margarite is worried about him, especially since all four of her children have found their life mates.

An impending visit from his aunt is the least of Vincent's worries, though. Someone is saboutaging his company. After a series of accidents that are getting more and more serious, he's been forced to close down all his plays. Desperate, he turns to his cousin Bastien who recommends the PI company he uses - mortals, but knowledgable about the whole vampire thing.

Enter Vickie Morrisey and Tiny, who set about re-organising his life and his home in an attempt to keep him safe. It's soon apparent, though, that whoever is out to get him is also immortal, and Vickie herself may be a target.

While Single White Vampire was funny and often silly (in a good way), A Bite to Remember is more serious (although, ironically, Vincent is much more light-hearted and easy-going than Lucern, who was extremely grumpy). It's a mystery/suspense book revolving around sexy vampires, and while it does have a similar beginning to Single White Vampire (love interest moves into vampire's house and takes over), it's a very different book.

I'm really enjoying this vampire family, and while each can be read as stand-alone novels, they touch briefly on the others in the family, bringing fond memories and little glimpses into their lives. Thoroughly enjoyable.
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