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Secret Life of a Vampire by Kerrelyn Sparks
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Dec 12, 2011

it was amazing

Giacomo di Venezia, or Henrik Giacomo Sokolov as written on his birth certificate, or Jack to his friends is the son of the legendary seducer of women Casanova is the star of the entire story and honestly how Officer Lara Boucher didn’t immediately jump his bones, is way beyond me. He was super sexy and seductive from start to finish and I completely fell for his charms. I loved how he would constantly be changing the conversation subject in order to keep his vampire nature absolutely secret.
There is great humour, brilliant characters in everyone involved in the story. There is also mystery, crime, kidnap, brain-washing and at one long spell you actually think, oh my god, the female lead character Lara Boucher is going to be killed and you find yourself on edge and unable to put the book down because you want to know what happens next. One of Kerrelyn Sparks best books and definitely worth the read.
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Reading Progress

December 12, 2011 – Started Reading
December 12, 2011 – Shelved
December 12, 2011 –
page 71
19.72%
December 12, 2011 –
page 72
20.0%
March 3, 2012 –
page 141
39.17%
March 5, 2012 –
page 201
55.83%
March 8, 2012 – Finished Reading

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