Release Date: July 31 2012
Jeanne Louise has been so wrapped up in her work trying to find a solution to Victor and Vincent’s genetic anomaly which forces them to feed directly from mortals that she didn’t notice anything amiss until she was already slumping over her steering wheel. She does notice upon waking up that she is now chained to a strange bed in a strange room in a strange house… always a great start to a relationship which is exactly what she thinks when she realizes she can’t read her abductor, who happens to be a fellow science geek that also works for Argeneau Enterprises. Add in the fact her potential mate has a six-year-old daughter and that he kidnapped an immortal (a big ‘No No’ in the immortal world), it makes this whole ‘life mate’ business a lot messier and could lead to a world of hurt for them both. Why can’t this life mate business ever be simple?
Read an excerpt HERE.
I am a fan of this series and I have read every single book. In fact as soon as this was downloaded into my Kindle I read it. I gobbled it up in less than one day and was left wanting more.
The Lady is a Vamp deals with a widower situation. For very personal reasons I hate reading widower stories. They are usually the most unromantic stories ever written. I have to hand it to Ms. Sands for not going that route. While this story was a bit more somber than her others, it was no less entertaining. The plot twists and the romance made me not want to put it down.
Now please don’t be intimidated that this is the 17th book in the Argeneau series. I know I started reading this series after ten books were already released. They are honestly quick and enjoyable reads and I highly recommend them to anyone who loves a light-hearted vampire romance.