Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Single White Vampire by Lyndsay Sands

Single White Vampire (Argeneau, #3)Single White Vampire by Lynsay Sands
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Kate C. Leever has had difficult clients before, but Lucern Argeneau takes the the meaning difficult to a new level. Sending letters requesting Lucern to consider book signings, tours, and events to help promote his popular vampire novels have all ended with a curt "No", not willing to give up Kate finds herself on Lucern's doorstop and does not plan to leave until he agrees.

Lucern has never met a more determined female than Kate, nor has he ever met a woman who completely keeps surprising him with her ridiculous assumptions which for the first time in a long time have him smiling. Lucern has been set in his ways for over six hundred years, but Kate has reawakened him and through a series of entertaining events finds himself confessing who he truly is in hopes that she will remain by his side.

Had some hilarious moments like many of Lynsay Sands books. I didn't really feel a connection between Lucern and Kate though, it was entertaining but not a lot of chemistry. Although some of the funny scenes have you chuckling aloud.

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