I was going to leave this series after the last book as I haven’t been enjoying the direction that Sands was moving in but then I saw that the hero was Bricker. Cue about face. To be honest, I wish I hadn’t indulged as the book didn’t really meet my expectations.
Author: Lynsay Sands
Sherry Crane gets drawn into the Immortal world when the perky Stephanie, mini-matchmaker in the making, tried to escape the big bad Leonius. When Sherry and Basil are informed they are both life partners, they don’t query it or get to spend much time together without the Argeneau bunch interfering.
Marguerite is worried that Nicole Phillips’ life is in danger after a spate of suspicious incidents. She enlists Jake Colson (aka Stephano Notte) to protect Nicole without her knowing. You see, Nicole refuses to believe that recent events were more than accidents so Jake offers his services as her housekeeper. He might not be able to cook but his bodyguard skills sure come in handy as the ‘accidents’ escalate.
How do you help your 200 year old immortal daughter with hemaphobia? You kidnap a psychologist that specialises in phobias, of course. Not only does Lissianna’s mother Marguerite do that, she ties Dr Greg Hewitt to Lissianna’s bed and wraps a red ribbon around his neck, because you know packaging is everything. Lissianna however thinks he is dinner and has a quick bite – hence the name of the book – before the family intervenes. I’m going to talk about the world building initially rather than the characters as I think the concept was pretty unique. Vampires actually originated […]