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Tall, Dark & Hungry by Lynsay Sands
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Mar 22, 2010

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bookshelves: 2010-reads, vampires
Read from March 16 to 22, 2010

The fourth book in the Argeneau series is one fun ride. While not being able to live up to the genius that is Single White Vampire, the book is still able to capture your attention and manages to introduce some fun characters. Plus you get tabs on old characters and that in it self is just awesome. Recap this series is about a family of Canadian vampires and their search for love.

Bastien is the second oldest of Argeneau children and the most take charge. He is in charge of the family business, and he is the go to guy when you need something done. So as you can probably tell he hardly has time for himself much less time to find love. Plus he has some reluctance when it comes to love, once being in love with a human female and being completely rejected his faith in love has been shaken. Can someone really fall in love with what he is. Seems that luck is on his side, and might have found a mate in his sister-in-law’s cousin when she appears to help plan the wedding between Lucern and Kate ( check Single White Vampire). Seems that all business and no play Bastien is about to shake things up. So he’s no longer a dull boy.

Terri is in New York to help plan her cousins wedding, and the brother of the groom is a dream boat all tall, dark and handsome…… So events lead to Terri staying with Bastien at his penthouse with Bastien’s cousin Vincent, and Kate’s co-worker Chris aka CK. Terri knows what its like to lose a love one to a chronic debilitating illness, and when she finds IV stands, syringes and bags of blood she realizes that Bastien might not be as healthy as he appears. One thing Terri cant do again is watch a man she loves succumb to an illness and die. She does love Bastien and she loves him something fierce. Who would have thought that a trip to plan a wedding would lead to an happily ever-after or a not so happy ending.

This book was one disaster after another. Some of the situations was funny when it included CK, what a funny guy. I thought that Terri’s character was a little on the annoying side, way too many mishaps with this one. I did enjoy Bastien though, all cool and collected, mmmmm yummo. Although not my fave of the series I did enjoy reading it because you cant help but get drawn into this wonderful vampiric family antics. A fun light read with a little blood and a nice amount of a laugh plus it Canadian. BING!!!! Just sold it right there.
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