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I love this book I have read the whole series and enjoy each one of them.
Nov 26, 2010
Lindsay strikes again. She is so good it is a crime to put her books down until you have finished them and even then it is awrench
Jul 28, 2008
This is not my favorite book in the Argeneau series but It's still pretty okay. It is an early effort, and I just didn't like as much as her more mature and recent additions in the series. I love Lynsay all the same though !
Jan 21, 2008
I love Lynsay Sands! I have found it very hard to find good books that I cant put down lately. A friend passed one of her books on to me and I haven't been able to stop! Love Bites is a wonderful book full of witty humor! I find myself smiling throughout the whole book and unable to put it down! I love the twist she has put on the Vampire stories...its new and different and keeps you wondering!
Publishers Weekly, 2003-12-15 A prequel of sorts to Sands's paranormal comedy, Single White Vampire, this lightweight romantic romp shoots for the easy laugh and often misses. The allure of vampires lies in their strength and seeming invulnerability, but Etienne Argeneau, this book's bloodsucking hero, is curiously incompetent when it comes to dispatching a crazed mortal named Pudge who's intent on lopping his head off. Twice, Pudge manages to injure Etienne to the point where he ends up in the morgue under coroner Rachel Garrett's care. But when Rachel gets in the way of attempt number three, Etienne rescues her in the only way he knows how-by turning her into a vampire. The story moves from mildly amusing to ridiculous when Rachel, in denial, insists that she's merely having a "wet dream" involving a sexy man who thinks he's a vampire. There's little tension between Etienne and Rachel, sexual or otherwise. Instead, Sands stretches the plot with conflicts stemming from minor misunderstandings. Her attempts at hip dialogue also fall flat (at one point, a 200-year-old vampire compliments Rachel by saying, "You're a happening chick, dudette!"). Those who enjoyed Sands's previous paranormal comedy of errors may eke a little enjoyment from these pages, but this isn't something vampire fans will want to sink their teeth into. (Jan.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
Publishers Weekly, 2003-08-25 Readers weary of the tortured, brooding, all-too-serious vampires that often populate paranormal romance novels will appreciate Sands's (The Loving Daylights, etc.) cheeky, madcap tale about an immortal who finds eternal happiness with his editor. Reclusive Lucern Argeneau, a family biographer who has been classified as a paranormal romance author, is stunned when Kate C. Leever, his new editor at Roundhouse Publishing (read: Dorchester), shows up on his doorstep demanding he make a public appearance to appease his fans. After some urging from the beguiling Kate, he agrees to go to the Romantic Times convention, little knowing that he'll have to contend with adoring fans and a week full of parties and signings. Some of the plot twists verge on the absurd-such as when Luc's codpiece sticks to a tablecloth at a Renaissance ball, or when Kate fells an attacker with a pillow-and Kate's reluctance to admit her feelings for Luc because she assumes she's "just supper" to him is aggravating. Still, vampire lovers will find themselves laughing throughout. (Sept.) Forecast: This is the first in a series of comic "bloodsucker stories" from Love Spell. Though the title alone will pique readers' curiosity, the book will receive an additional boost at the Romantic Times national convention, where Love Spell will promote the series with a paranormal launch party. (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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