His potential life mate should be no different. But instead of falling into his bed, Holly Bosley runs away and ends up mortally wounded. To save her, he has to turn her.
And then Bricker learns the shocking truth: Holly wakes up with a bump on her head, a craving for blood, and a sexy stranger who insists they belong together. She needs Bricker's help to control her new abilities, even as she tries to resist his relentless seduction. Choosing between the world she knows and the eternity he offers is impossible.
But Justin is fighting for his life mate—maybe even his life—and he'll break every rule to do it…. This long awaited chapter in the Argeneau series is here! Bricker finally gets a life mate only there's a catch This suave ladies man is in for a rude awakening because his immortal charms won't work on her.
His dream of finding his own life mate quickly Holly wilbanks dating married man into his worst nightmare. Poor Bricker is in for some growing pains. To cut to "Holly wilbanks dating married man" chase, Justin, a drool worthy vampire, saves a lady after she mortally wounds herself.
In fact, this very woman, Justin determines, is his life mate, no less! Her name is Holly and there is a big problem. She is already married. Sands gracefully puts her own spin on the perennially cheating spouse scenario and expertly seasons it with a sharp sense of humor, a yummy bad-boy hero and a stubborn, feisty heroine who stands up for her laurels. The romance is a tasty treat for readers who like sexy romances, which tilt to the lighter side of paranormals.
Anyone new to the series will find all the necessary background to enjoy this fabulous story.
And fear not faithful readers of the series, there is quite of bit of sexy stuff, just not how we are used to, and kudos to Lynsay Sands for finding new ways to keep us entertained and anxious for yet more Argeneau vampires. By Monique Daoust at Fresh Fiction. I enjoyed it so much. I've been waiting for this one and I am happy to
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Sands did not disappoint in her delivery. Sands has done it again.
She took a premise I was not comfortable with and turned it around to create an amazing romance that was impossible to put down once the conflict became clear. I actually enjoyed myself and relished the convoluted process of the hero and heroine falling in love. About a Vampire is as sexy, fun, entertaining and delightful as a reader could wish. I definitely recommend this story to new and established fans alike. A recommend by Xeranthemum from Long and Short Reviews.
This book has twists and turns from page one, and those twists and new takes on a long history keep this series fresh even in this volume. I thought this one was a winner even with fewer steamy hook ups.
It has fresh situations and they had other situations on top that I had not seen coming. Review by Fangs, Wands and Fairy Dust. What can I say about Lynsay Sands and her Argeneau series that already hasn't been said? I have loved this series from the first book and Justin's book Holly wilbanks dating married man not disappoint.
It feels like I have been a part of this family and their adventures in finding their life mate's. I hope to see more in the Argeneau Series. Holly learns being a vampire really sucks and love triangles are a bloody pain in the neck. About a Vampire is a lighter paranormal which delivers the laughs and adventure. Reviewed by Jane at Heroes And Heartbreakers. Review by Amy at Unwrapping Romance. About A Vampire was quite a bit different than the other books in the series.
It had a slightly different feel to the story that was new to me. And it was all due to the circumstances that Justin and Holly find themselves in. Given four stars by Addicted To Romance. This is the twenty-second yes, you read that right! A lot of authors do this, with varying degrees of success: This is a
Holly wilbanks dating married man unusual set-up for a romance novel, and Sands executed it perfectly. This book works on so many levels. Sands has an incredible wit about her that simply jumps up from the page.
Reviewed by Theresa Derwin at Terror Tree. All the buildup and relationship pitfalls will leave the fans desperate for a happily ever after, but be warned, the ending can feel abrupt and almost too fast, especially considering how long it took Holly and Justin to find each other.
But it's obvious from the beginning how well these two work as a couple, and seeing them come together is worth it, no matter how quickly everything wraps up.
This was such a fantastic addition to this series and I enjoyed it so much I went out and bought the next book in the series instead of waiting.