Tuesday, September 05, 2006

A Bite to Remember by Lynsay Sands

Vincent Argeneau has a serious problem. Someone has been sabotaging his stage productions. When his entire cast comes down with anemia, he knows another vampire is involved -- but who? Enter Jackie Morrisey, a private investigator and attractive mortal woman. Jackie knows about vampires, more than she'd like to know, and is determined to stop the saboteur before more innocent people are hurt. If only Vincent would stop distracting her with his manly chest . . .

The sexual tension between Jackie and Vincent is believable and their relationship is satisfying. Fans will appreciate appearances from characters in Sands' other vampire novels. However, the ending seems a bit forced. The culprit's motive is weak and Vincent seems stupid for never suspecting this person was invovled.

Three and a half out of five stars.


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