Friday, November 16, 2007

Vampires Are Forever by Lynsay Sands


Vampires Are Forever
Argeneau Series, Book 8
Lynsay Sands
Avon Books – Harper Collins
January 29, 2008
ISBN# 978-0-06-122969-5

Woken before the crack of dawn to pick-up Thomas Argeneau from the airport is not Inez Urso’s idea of starting a good day. To make matters worse, Thomas leaves the airport without her. When she catches up to him in his hotel room she has plenty to say. It’s too bad that Thomas doesn’t understand Portuguese, because few of her angry words are in English. Still, the woman fascinates him from the moment he opens the door.

Marguerite Argeneau has gone missing and her family is in a panic. Thomas has been sent to England to track down his aunt from her last known whereabouts, and Bastien has sent one of his employees, Inez, to help. When Thomas realizes he has no blood, Bastien suggests he drink from Inez and then wipe her memory. From there it gets progressively more difficult. Someone wants them out of the picture, and they have no qualms in killing them if need be. Their search for Aunt Marguerite isn’t turning out to be very successful. If help doesn’t arrive soon, Thomas and Inez may not live long enough to unravel the mystery.

Vampires Are Forever is the eighth book in the Argeneau series. Inez has no intention of falling for a handsome man’s charms, but Thomas has waited centuries for her and he’s not about to let her go now. With the right mix of elements, Ms. Sands provides a compelling story of suspense, mystery and danger that will keep readers guessing. The well-written characters are engaging, and the romance that develops will leave you craving more of this author’s passionate tales of vampire lifemates.

Kimberly Swan, Darque Reviews

4 comments:

scooper said...

Does this book have a different tone than book seven? From the reviews this sounds like it is more serious. It def. has my attention and like I said on the other post, I think I need to read this entire series.

Kimberly Swan said...

This does get a bit more serious because of Marguerite having gone missing, but there are still those playful elements that have made this series such a fun one to read. You do...now start at the beginning. *grin*

~Linda~ said...

Gee Kimberly I you are sooooo lucky. I cant wait to read it.
Thanks again for posting the review!

Kimberly Swan said...

I do feel quite fortunate to have had the opportunity to review them Linda. :) The great thing of course is that they will release just a month apart, so readers won't be waiting long at all.